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C/C++ Compiler for Win NT on Alphas

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Is there a C/C++ compiler that would work on Win NT on Alpha workstation without PS Emulator (i.e. a compiler designed to work specifically with Alpha chip, not Intel processor)?
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There's the Visual C++ RISC edition that you can buy that produces RISC code.
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Thanks for the answer.  I had to spend quite a while to figure out where I could buy this version of Visual C++ though.  Alta-vista search somewhy gave me only a Web page in German (!). Well, now I found it anyways, thanks again.
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