Create Your First C Program Using Borland Compiler, Part-1

In this lesson, you learn to create your first C program using the Borland compiler. In the previous lesson we learn how to install borland in a Windows system. We'll continue the lesson from there. We use the free text editor, NotePad++ (Note Pad Plus Plus) to create our C source code. We learn how to save the C source code as a *.c file. Then we use Windows command prompt (DOS prompt) to navigate to the directory where we save the hello.c file. At this point you'll learn few DOS commands that we use to navigate in command prompt. This lesson is continued to the next lesson.

This Lesson Covers;

Typing C source code in Notepad++ text editor, Saving C source file as hello.c, Use Windows Command Prompt to navigate to the source file's directory.