Digital Mars Compiler: compiling for DOS?

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    Digital Mars Compiler: compiling for DOS?

    Ok, i've downloaded the digital mars compiler because it allows me to create real dos programs (not windows dos prompt). Now their documentation is very sketchy so i'd like to know what the command line argument should be to compile a program. Basically I need to know what the compiler option codes required are. If you know of another compiler that allows me to create real dos programs that's easier to use that'd be great as well. thanks.
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    djgpp is a port of gcc and friends to dos. it is very good imo, and supports c and c++ among others.
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