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I am using Turbo Pascal 7.0 for DOS with Windows95 on a  Pentium machine.  When I run a file, an .exe file should be created, but this doesn't happen.  I have tried running a program in DOS as well with the same result.  How can I create an .exe file?
Question by:Mary101697
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Hi Mary,

The answer to that question isn't very difficult. Though I had to install my old Turbo Pascal 7 again.

What you have to do is:
ALT+C (compile)
and then change the destination from memory to DISK.

After you have done that, the exe files will automatically be created.

Greetings from the Netherlands,
Michiel (MES)

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ID: 1216234
it may also be f9 to compile

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The advice was easy to follow and worked immediately.  I especially appreciated the speed with which the response came.

Thanks a million!

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Thank you for the points! :-)

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