Borland C++

You can compile and link Borland C++ programs from the DOS command line or from the Borland C++ IDE. The following Fastgraph libraries are compatible with Borland C++:


Win32 library


Win32 library with DirectX support

To build Fastgraph applications in the Borland C++ IDE, you must create a project that includes the name of each C and CPP source file comprising your application. Most importantly, the project must also include the name of the Fastgraph library for the selected platform. Further, this library name must be dependent on the EXE file name, not a C or CPP file name. For example, a project to link our First.C example program with Fastgraph's native library would look like this:

Refer to your Borland C++ manuals or on-line help for complete information about projects.

To compile and link from the DOS command line, use the BCC32 command:

BCC32 -w-par -P -W <file> {FGWBC32.LIB|FGWBC32D.LIB}

For more information about compiling and linking Borland C++ programs, please refer to the Borland C++ User's Guide.

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