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nachonnachon Member Posts: 2
Hi Everyone.
I'm kind of new.
For some weeks I've been studying cpp using devcpp and it worked just fine.
I changed my PC and now I am trying to program in Builder c++. I am reading a Builer tutorial and Im doing OK with the frames and all of the visual components. But When I open one of my old cpp files separtedly they don

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  • Denny_BDenny_B Member Posts: 70
    : Hi Everyone.
    : I'm kind of new.
    : For some weeks I've been studying cpp using devcpp and it worked
    : just fine.
    : I changed my PC and now I am trying to program in Builder c++. I am
    : reading a Builer tutorial and Im doing OK with the frames and all of
    : the visual components. But When I open one of my old cpp files
    : separtedly they don
  • luckyboyluckyboy Member Posts: 105
    right click any CPP file and choose Open-With, then choose Borland C++ Builder (BCB), this will urge the IDE to produce this mwssage
    "you don't have a project file, do you want to create one ?"
    click yes and you have a project file

    if your code is distributed among many files, then you can click Project Menu, and then choose Add to project add you cpp and res files

    Mohammad Nasim
  • nachonnachon Member Posts: 2
    : right click any CPP file and choose Open-With, then choose Borland
    : C++ Builder (BCB), this will urge the IDE to produce this mwssage
    : "you don't have a project file, do you want to create one ?"
    : click yes and you have a project file
    :
    : if your code is distributed among many files, then you can click
    : Project Menu, and then choose Add to project add you cpp and res
    : files
    :
    : Mohammad Nasim

    GREAT!!!!!
    It worked.
    Thanks!!!!
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