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borland compiler + microsoft linker

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Can borland c/c++ obj files be fed into a microsoft linker?
like this ---> bcc 1.c then link 1.obj
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I believe it cannot, which is hardly helpful for you.
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Pacman earned 10 total points
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It is definetly NOT possible to to this.
The compilers are NOT binary compatible.
If you want to reuse your binary code, then create a DLL with BC.
From this DLL you can create a static lib for MS

regards
Pacman
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