Internet Online UNIX Ansi-C Compiler??

I am looking for a website or telnet site which will allow me to upload my ANSI C source code and have it compile it for me so that it runs under UNIX. Is there such a website I can go to do such a thing?

I have Windows 95 and have compiled my ansi C code for DOS already and it works fine.  Maybe is there a program for windows/dos which can output compiled executable code which runs under UNIX?

Thanks a mill!
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ahoffmannCommented:
> and have it compile it for me so that it runs under UNIX.
UNIX is not Microsoft. There are several different UNIXs:
      AIX, BSD, HP-UX, IRIX, Linux, etc.
you also must know on which hardwre these UNIXs are running:
      mips, SPARC, alpha, i386, mk68xxx, etc.
> s there a program for windows/dos which can output compiled
yes, checkout for gcc at www.gnu.org

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mirrorAuthor Commented:
Ahoffman,

I checked for GCC at the WWW you specified. I went to the DOWNLOAD area and it sent me to FTP site: ftp://ftp.ms.uky.edu/pub3/gnu/

The drawer is a mess and I'm just lost.  Exactly what do I download for DOS/Windows GCC?  

Thanks a million for your help!
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ahoffmannCommented:
It's long ago when I did gcc on DOS. Anyway download at least
      djgpp.README
      gcc-2.6.3.tar.gz

This is not the latest version of gcc, I'm not shure if the others still compile under DOS.
You also need the "dj extensions" for DOS.

I'll have a lock at my old sources and be back if I find some
useful information.

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