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What difference dose it make if we use a visual C++ compiler or a Turbo C++ compiler?(apart from syntax)

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Turbo c++ is pretty old and was used to program for 16 bit DOS stuff. I doubt Borland still updates it, and it will be hard to do any windows programming on it.
in context of programming... both are almost same but differ in terms additional advantages which IDE provides. In VC++ it is easy to start a project using in built frameworks where as in case of turbo very less plugins are avaible.. as said by DARTHSID turbo is pretty old
Turbo C++ is a pretty outdated compiler nowadays :( go with GCC

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Visual C++ runs code faster than turbo c++,will it make a difference when the code runs on computer in an executable format or will it depend on the computer.

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