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borland turbo c++ compiler help

borland turbo c++ compiler help

borland turbo c++ compiler help

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in an attempt to run the compiler to convert from .c to .obj i get this "warning w8065
call to function 'Printf' with no prototype in function main" and i would greatly appreicate it if any one could tell me what it means and how to fix it.

RE: borland turbo c++ compiler help

You will probably have more success if you post in the correct forum - this is not a C programming forum, its an InterBase database forum.

However, as we are all extremely helpful types here I will take a wild stab at it and make the following comments which may or may not be of any particular use:
1) I am not sure why would you want to save a C++ file as .c, I thought that .cpp was the standard extension ? and
2) I guess you should be looking at your includes to make sure that you have the header required for the printf fuction prototype (iostream? stdio? <something else>?)

Try posting to a C forum where you will get a more appropriate response.

have a good one

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ujb

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