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Please help!!

Please help!!

Please help!!

Well, I am trying to use this program called Borland c++ compiler 5.5 but it doesn't seem to work.
I have made the two both bcc32.cfg and ilink.cfg files but it still seems to go wrong. i type bcc32 filename.cpp and it says "fatal: unable to open file 'cox32.obj'". What am i supposed to do?

then when i check my folder it has only made a .obj file. NO EXE.

I am using this prog on win2k if that has anything to do with it. Please help.

RE: Please help!!

I have never seen that, but did you try reinstalling?
Are you working in the same login that you used for installing?
Why did you have to make the cfg files, they are already there?

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RE: Please help!!

well sorry, i found the fault. very stupid of me
you guys don't need to reply to my questions.

problem solved

RE: Please help!!

Hello, i've got the same problem with the cox32.obj file and can't get exe files.

can you telle me how to fix that?


RE: Please help!!

i have the same problem when i'm linking the program after compiling appears the message make failed unable to fin cox32.obj and cw32.lib
┬┐where can i find these libs?

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