>> I don't think wcc.exe was ever meant to output 32-bit code. Granted,
>> as mentioned previously, it will do some things ("movsx"), but
>> apparently it doesn't use the extended 32-bit registers.

> That's the most disappointing part.   As expensive as Watcom was, I was
> expecting it do this kind of thing, and do it well.

watcom was primarily a compiler for DOS protected mode (32-bit)


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