> many network card drivers for DOS. Your app can then use
> wattcp (16bit) or watt32 (32bit, e.g. Watcom or GNU C DJGPP

Actually, Watt32 is 32bit AND 16bit; e.g. it can be compiled in the
OpenWatcom 16bit small memory model, but the name simply suggests that
it is optimized for 32bit.  Watt32 is more or less an improvement over
WattCP to provide more features and support more compilers.

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