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Compiling a C program made for MS C++ under Borland C++

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What are the differences between MS C++ and Borland C++. I have got a program written in MS C++ and want to compile under Borland C++. I get errors about wrong placement of the far command which I assume are for pointers. Also could you give me an email address which  I can then email you the source code. Because this is really confusing me.
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When you move a source code between MS C++ and Borland C++, you must ensure you make the correct compiler settings (options).

Options such as, plattform (16/32 bit), memory model, and many others. I have moved sourcecode between these two compilers without any problems - but I had to set the options correct.
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