understood rightthe things going on you _only_ need the Borland C package if you
want to compile your own compiler package. The other way is wating for
'offiicial' released packages which are available either with a cygwin-dll
(comiled with GNU-C) or without (imho the better way for a windoze machine)
bulit with a Borland C compiler.
you've downloaded on of the packages all you need is a good editor and patience
is ok :-))) Mine wasn't for a long time, cause I've started
learning C with my degree project......
Hi, Im wanting to program an 89C51RD2 device for my degree.
I have been recommended SDCC. I have a WIndows 98 PC with 17Gb Hardrive. I
understand that Borland C can be used. What version Borland C can I use, I may
be able to get a Borland C++, is that OK.
Am i better getting Linux and doing it
Any help will be much appreciated