About Turbo C++

Is turbo C++ better than Microsoft C++. Can we create 32 bit or 64 bit exe files with Turbo C++. What are its limitations.
All you need to know is do not use turbo c++.
Go with Visual C++ or Gcc (aka Mingw on Windows).
Use something like Code::Blocks or QT Creator for GCC/Mingw.
In their day (which was a long, long time ago), Borland's products were generally considered to be as good or better than Microsoft's (IMO). But Borland couldn't compete with Microsoft, and sold out their code development products to other companies. So its not so much a question of better or worse so much as one of Borland's products being old.
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