Cw3230.dll

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    Cw3230.dll

    All the programs i write work fine but they require that cw3230.dll to run but it seems that no one else needs that one file to run small c-c++ programs so am i doing something wrong when compiling it here?

    I'm using Borlands C++ 5.02.

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    See if there is a library to link to instead. In other words use static rather than dynamic linking.
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    I haven't used borland in some time, but there is actually an argument you pass in to the compiler to make a static program. Just look through the compiler's manual. If you don't have the manual look for the online manual.

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    Thanks, i'll give that static dynamic thing a try first i see an option on the new project screen and i've always had dynamic selected

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