Turbo C++

Implementation of programming language C++

Turbo C++ is an IDE created by Borland Corporation. It was first released in 1991, put on hold in 1994 and revived in 2006.

As with all Borland products, Turbo C++ was marketed as home edition, as opposed to Borland C++ marketed as professional edition and completed with more features.

Note that Turbo C++ doesn’t support long file names.


Hello, World!:

Example for versions Borland C++ Builder 6, Turbo C++ 1.01, g++ 3.4.5, gcc 3.4.5, gcc 3.4.5 (Objective-C), gcc 4.2.4, tcc 0.9.25
#include <stdio.h>

int main()
    printf("Hello, World!\n");
    return 0;