Dear Richard,  I already checkded that the file "applink.c" does exist under 
the directory 'D:\openssl-1.1.0\ms'. I also considered the problem of access 
permission. That is why I ran all the commands as an administrator. Now, I used 
the Perl script provided by you to revise the original "" as the 
... ...foreach (@filelist)      {       ... ...         }       else            
{               $dfile = $dest;         }       sysopen(IN, $_, 
O_RDONLY|O_BINARY) || die "Can't Open $_: $!";  sysopen(OUT, $dfile, 
O_WRONLY|O_CREAT|O_TRUNC|O_BINARY)                                 || die 
"Can't Open $dfile: $!"; while (sysread IN, $buf, 10240)... ...
I don't know much about Perl. I am afraid that I had made some mistake. Now, I 
got the following result:
D:\openssl-1.1.0>nmake install
Microsoft (R) 程序维护实用工具 10.00.30319.01 版版权所有(C) Microsoft Corporation。保留所有权利。
*** Installing development filescreated directory `C:/Program Files 
(x86)/OpenSSL'created directory `C:/Program Files (x86)/OpenSSL/include'created 
directory `C:/Program Files (x86)/OpenSSL/include/openssl'Can't Open 
"./ms/applink.c": Invalid argument at .\util\ line 61.NMAKE : fatal 
error U1077: “C:\Perl\bin\perl.exe”: returen code “0x16”Stop.

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