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Borland C++ is an example of an Integrated Development Environment, a class of software which typically combines enhanced editing and debugging features.
Borland C++ is a C and C++ programming environment for MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows. It was the successor to Turbo C++, and included a better debugger, the Turbo Debugger, which was written in protected mode DOS.