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Win 95 program in OS/2

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I have a client program Wincoins 32 which is supported on 95 and NT and requires Winsock-compliant TCP stack to talk to the NT server.  Wincoins 32 is a 32 bit client viewer program which access the NT server for archived  information.  Can the program run on OS/2?  What factors determine whether a 95/NT program will run on the OS/2?
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