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borland and visual studio compilers confusion

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Dear all,

During my undergrad I learned programming C using Borland C++ compiler
Now I am trying to work the c-programming using the VS 2010, but the things are not working.(although C++ works fine)

For example, simple function like clrscr(); which was defined in the conio.h library, but it posted an error,
I search the internet then I get to know that these libraries are different according to the compilers they are using.
Now I want to ask if this is so, how can I find the the c-commands' libraries in VS 2010,

e.g. simple functions that were defined in conio.h like gotoxy() etc. How to get them in VS 2010...


Also are all the compilers out there have there own definition of functions defined?


Bests,
Shan
 

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