In reply to James Curran <jcurr4@...>:
>When I tried to compile a hello world program which is saved in a file whi=
>the extension .cpp, BCC32 spits out lots and lots of errors but when I ren=
>to a .c extension it compiles wonderfully. Any ideas why? How can I use C+=
>syntax and not get errors when compiling, does anybody know? If you could =
>me out I would be very thankful.
Seeing some of these errors would be nice. Also, have you considered
using a better compiled (such as MinGW?) BCC32 is not very widely used
at all. Also, are these errors anything to do with Allegro, or just when
you use C++?
Bye for now,
Laurence Withers, lwithers@...