what are the difference between ANSI C and Let Us c and Turbo C




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what are the difference between ANSI C and Let Us c and Turbo C..

Answer / srinivas

hello,boss ansic provided only for standards of c language.
but turboc followed this rules + its own some rules and
developed clanguge .

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what are the difference between ANSI C and Let Us c and Turbo C..

Answer / sovit

ANSI C is an International Standard for C Language. Turbo C
is a compiler provided by Borland Corp for ANSI C. It
extends ANSI C with its own libraries ex: conio.h etc. Turbo
C has an IDE where you code your C Program easily.

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what are the difference between ANSI C and Let Us c and Turbo C..

Answer / ashutosh tiwari

Let Us C is a book on C language by Yahswant Kanetkar
Turbo C is editor and compiler for C language
ANSI C is the standard for C compiler design, development,
C syntaxing, C code writing style, memory, stack
development in C etc.

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what are the difference between ANSI C and Let Us c and Turbo C..

Answer / jagan

C is designed for UNIX only, which was not supported by other OS, that is why its enhanced version came out named as ANSI C.

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