Borland C++ targeted the professional application development market, while Turbo C++ targeted the home and hobbyist market. Borland C++ included additional tools, compiler code-optimization, and documentation to address the needs of commercial developers. In 1997 Borland C++ was replaced with Borland C++ Builder.
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Borland C++ for DOS includes a DOS IDE and compiler, TASM, development libraries for Windows 3.0, Turbo Debugger for DOS, Turbo Debugger for Windows, and Whitewater Resource Toolkit.
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|Borland C++ 2.0||2.0||7.68 MB||English||x86||3.5" Floppy|
|Borland CPP 2.0 Manual||2.0||5.78 MB||English||x86||File Archive|
|Borland CPP 2.0 and Application Frameworks (5.25-1.2mb)||2.0 and Application Frameworks||8.94 MB||English||x86||5.25" Floppy|