This page provides some support for the readers of A Natural Introduction to Computer Programming with C++.
The programs for the book were developed by using the free Borland C++ compiler. If you use Google, you may still be able to get the installation file freecommandLinetools.exe for the compiler and use it according to the instructions provided in the book. The .cfg files for the compiler are still available here.
The presented C++ programs can be compiled with other C++ compilers. To complile and run the programs with Microsoft tools, check the comments at the beginning of file Game.cpp.
All the source programs presented in the book are available through the links in the book page.
Here is some information related to downloading free program editors.
IC8, the simulator program for the imaginary computer discussed in Chapter 4 of the book, can be used through the icon on the main page.