My C++ compiler showing error

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C
Compilers
My c++compiler showing error that unable to open iostream.h and unable to open output file. I have already set the correct path of directories, but it still gives me the same error. Please help me.

Software/Hardware used:
Turboo c++ 3.0

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that looks like you C++ program o wouls suggest you to download any lastest version of C++ and try that one coz
i have also notic that if you open up the file turbo c++ icon as dos that have problem with the compiler .
but the program under BIN folder if you run C++ program from there that will work fine .
please try this the program inside bin foler run it from there this will work .
if you dont have it then try to download from internet or find out from some where .

See whether the header and other required files are in the path. The compiler may also have a type of config file where the paths of the header and other files needs to be specified.

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  • carlosdl
    What are the exact error messages ? Do you get the errors when opening the IDE or when compiling your program ? If the latter, can you post the first lines of your program ?
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