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February 16, 2007

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Yuhong Bao

"Fortunately, it turned out that the last linker shipped with 16-bit Visual C++ (1.52) was a 32-bit EXE (pheww!) and it almost work."
In fact, the reason it can run under DOS in the first place is because it used the Phar Lap TNT DOS extender, and that reminded me of something else, unfortunately the original post that had the link got filtered as spam.

Yuhong Bao

"Fortunately, it turned out that the last linker shipped with 16-bit Visual C++ (1.52) was a 32-bit EXE (pheww!) and it almost work."
Yep, the reason it ran under DOS is that it used the Phar Lap TNT DOS extender.
BTW, I once wrote this:
http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.vc/browse_frm/thread/21effc0148b27b29/67044de9f977d99e?lnk=st&q=visual+c%2B%2B+masm+fortran+powerstation#67044de9f977d99e

Yuhong Bao

"Fortunately, it turned out that the last linker shipped with 16-bit Visual C++ (1.52) was a 32-bit EXE (pheww!) and it almost work."
Yep, the reason it ran under DOS is that it used the Phar Lap TNT DOS extender.
BTW, I once wrote this:
http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.vc/browse_frm/thread/21effc0148b27b29/67044de9f977d99e?lnk=st&q=visual+c%2B%2B+masm+fortran+powerstation#67044de9f977d99e

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