This example assumes a few things:
You have access to the companion Web site with the code on it (go to www.courseptr.com and click on the Downloads button).
You have installed and configured a compiler.
Because I have no way of knowing at this point which compiler you’re using, I’m going to give examples using the Borland C compiler, which is available free from Inprise (Borland) at http://www.turboexplorer.com/.
However, in most cases, and on most platforms using command-line compilers, the process is the same. For integrated development environments, the process is a little more complicated but easier in some respects. IDEs usually have a command on a button bar or in a menu to compile the current project.
When in ...