Thread: Borland free command line compiler

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    Borland free command line compiler

    This compiler is windows only, and can't compile dos programs, right?

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    I believe so, but there are libraries that you can download that will allow you to compile DOS programs. Or you can look for TURBO C 4.01 which I believe is the last version that was compatible with 16 bit DOS programs.

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    No it can compile dos programs, I had to use it for a class a few semesters back. I dont think we had to set it up special or anything so id say download it and try.
    "only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and im not sure about the former." - albert einstein

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    yes true.
    it runs only under win32. with a huge *.tds file more than 300,000 kb. try djgpp- 32 bit- or turbo_c 2.01- 16 bit- for free.

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