Turbo C is a programming language which runs on a Disk Operating System (DOS) which was introduced during the 1980s. This language uses only text in programming that is why it was soon superseded by languages which interacts with graphics. The fact that Turbo C is losing its compatibility with the current Operating System such as Windows 7 and still moving forward, it is still being taught in colleges, universities, and institutions.
What makes it relevant to teach such language which is now considered as obsolete in programming world?
on Tue, 2011-10-25 03:01