> >     There is nothing wrong with these proprietary program if that is
> >     what you prefer. And back in the day, I had my own licensed copies
> >     of Wordperfect, Aseasyas, Doom, Procomm, QuickC, Borland C, and
> >     other proprietary DOS programs. But these programs are non-free
> >     and may not be redistributed (except Doom & Aseasyas, which may be
> >     redistributed in their original, unmodified shareware zip files.)
> >
> I've not kept up with Embarcadero's site since I switched to Linux,
> but at least in the days of CodeGear, there used to be a museum from
> which old versions of Borland software were downloadable - from
> memory, there was Turbo Pascal 1.0, 3.0 and 5.5, and Borland C++ 5.0.

Not sure if the Borland Museum is still there, but I did download TurboC
from them once they made it available in the museum, until I later switched
to OpenWatcom's C.

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