> How do I compile 16-bit-only DOS software from command line?

Try the wcl command. I think "wcl foo.c" should already produce a program  
(foo.exe) from the given source file; otherwise read its help until you  
get it working. wcl stands for "Watcom Compile & Link", it is a front-end  
program that executes the wcc ("C Compiler") and wlink (linker) commands  
for you.

wcl386 and wcc386 are related to wcl and wcc and I think they are used for  
(or default to) 32-bit development. I dunno about the details.


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