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error C4226: 'huge' is obsolete

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I get a compilation error:
 error C4226: nonstandard extension used : 'huge' is an obsolete keyword
in microsoft vc++ 5.0... this isn't my code I'm including an external file...
any ideas?
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You can just remove "huge". "huge" is used in the 16-bit world for the pointers that point to a data area that exceeds 64K. In 32-bit world, you do not need it.
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thanks...
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