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Debuging with BC5.0

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I'm having trouble debugging a dos program with BC5.0
I can enter input to the program only from a full screen dos window.
Is there any way to change this, working with a small window will allow me to see the program and all my watches with the dos window at the same time.
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Are you sure you have all the (gazillion) options right?
You should use the "project wizard" and specify all options
that pertain to a DOS application (ie don't choose that
involve windows terminology).

If you play with it a little, it should work fine.
Good luck - let me know.
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