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About dashstofsk

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  1. Hello, Thanks for enquiring about Borland C++ on Windows 10. The majority of my software development work I do on my desktop under windows XP and using Borland C++ 5.02. Yes I do know these are both old. However, the XP/C++ 5.02 combination has worked well for me for many years and has allowed me to write professional applications, albeit in the classic Windows style. Although I also have Visual Studio 2019 on a Windows 10 laptop my preference is still to develop with XP/C++ 5.02. I also have the slightly older Borland C++ 5.01 on the Windows 10 laptop. I didn't need any updates
  2. Thanks for your advice. Borland C++ 5.02 is a more simple tool than Visual Studio C++. It doesn't have separate build and working directories. It just compiles the code and generates an EXE file, the final program. Before I release the programs I scan them through VirusTotal and on my computer with Malwarebytes so I can be certain the AV software that my users have will not complain of a bad program. However, Malwarebytes seems to be the only AV software that repeatedly finds fault with my EXEs. I have now downloaded version but it still found 'MachineLearning/Anomalous' fau
  3. Greetings, I write software for Windows using the old Borland compilers, Borland C++ 5.01 ( 1996 ) and Borland C++ 5.02 ( 1997 ). Malwarebytes is always finding 'MachineLearning/Anomalous' faults in my executables. Not occasionally, but mostly on all of them. It seems to be objecting to some common feature in all the executables generated by these compilers. And yet when I upload my executables to VirusTotal all the other malware software see no virus, nothing suspicious. It is rather awkward for me because I run the risk of my users thinking there is something wrong with my pro
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