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Writing a wfw3.11 program with VC++5.0 ?

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hi,
ist it possible to write a 16 bit WfW (3.1/3.11) program with VC++5.0 ?
Which options do I have to adjust ?
Is this described somewhere?
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Nope, it's not possible.  The last version of VC++ to target 16-bit platforms was 1.52.

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mhhhh grrrr
can I write win32s programs with VC5.0?
are there limitations (classes, funktions ..)?
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No, you can't. VC 4.2 was the last version of VC++ to support Win32s.

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