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Saturday, February 19, 2000

Free Borland C++ Compiler

I don't know how I missed this earlier today. Borland is giving away the 5.5 version of their C++ compiler. Of course, this is great news for anyone wanting to become a mod-maker. Now you can't complain that the tools are too expensive! Now I can finally upgrade my ancient version of Turbo C++. Note, these are command-line tools, so you will need your own text editor / development environment.

J.t.Qbe comments: For several months now, Borland has also been offering free downloads of some of its older products: Turbo C 2, Turbo Pascal 1, 3.x and 5.5 here.. Great for some of you nostalgia freaks. Login required, blah blah blah. I remember going to the store and buying TC1 for $99. . .

The Master comments: And I remember buying TP 6.0, TP 6.0 for Applications, TP 2.0 for Windows, Delphi 1,2 AND 3, AND C++ 4.0 AND 4.5. So I'm a compiler Junkie.

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