Turbo C++ runs on the IBM PC family of computers, including the XT, AT, and PS/2, along with all true IBM compatibles. Turbo C++ requires DOS 2.0 or higher and at least 640K; it runs on any 80-column monitor. The minimum requirement is a hard disk drive and one floppy drive. Turbo C++ includes floating-point routines that let your programs make use of an 80x87 math coprocessor chip. It emulates the chip if it is not available. Though it is not required to run Turbo C++, the 80x87 chip can significantly enhance your programs' performance.
5 1/4 inch floppy disk
Contents: 5 1/4 inch floppy disk (8); User's Guide; Programmer's Guide; CompuServe brochure; No-Nonsense License Statement; Borland Et Cetera; Registration card; The World of Objects with Philippe Kahn advertisement; How to Order 3 1/2 inch disks; C++ Report advertisement; Inside Turbo C++ advertisement.