Are you one of those people who is in the middle of a C++ program and you know what to do, but you don’t know the syntax? So you google and find out the syntax. But in turbo c++ you cannot use ctrl+v. That might be a little pissing off. So the easiest solution would be to get rid of Turbo C++ and get a modern day compiler. But anyway, here is a post on how one can copy text from an external source into the turbo C++ environment.
Sometimes we want to write little complex programs or make console games using C++. But we are not qualified enough in the language. So we look for the code online as I mentioned earlier.
But the fact of the matter is, some of us are still obligated to use Turbo C++. Turbo C++ IDE does not allow us to use common windows functions like Ctrl + C and Ctrl + v. Because it uses a UNIX environment. which is platform independent. Which means, the program development is done regardless of the operating system you are using.
So we have to find a way in which we can smuggle the text we want to copy into the Unix environment. The only file format that Turbo C++ supports is ‘.cpp’. So we need to convert it to ‘.cpp’ and only then can we smuggle it into the Unix environment.
Also see: How to use a text file as a database
So here is a quick and an easy way to do it. Follow the steps properly and it will definitely work. A lot of people commented that it doesn’t work, so I checked and corrected it. Now it is working perfectly. I tested it myself several times.
How to copy any text to turbo c++:
- Copy the text
- Paste it into notepad or notepad++
- Save it as .cpp (not .txt)
- Now copy this file to the BIN folder where you have installed Turbo C++
- Open Turbo C++, go to FILE menu click on OPEN and browse the file that you have saved
- Now open the file and select the text you want to copy in the coding section and go to EDIT menu and click on COPY
- Now go to the program where you want to paste it and then go to EDIT menu and click on PASTE
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