Blair Campbell wrote:
Could anyone suggest any good DOS ANSI C compilers for dos (Freedos and
PCDOS 7)? prefer freeware. The BCC and Turbo C (2.01) I have is
outdated. and DJGPP is locking up at link stage (paths are correct...
weird).


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