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I lost the Borland Tlib.EXE file, and I need to recompile some libraries for one program in Clipper.

This file come with the old Turbo C++, for DOS.

If you Have, send me via E-Mail to osi@pctop.com.mx

!!! And get 100 points ¡¡¡¡
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vladimir_12345 earned 100 total points
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Hi Osi! I have sent you 2 versions of tlib.exe (tlib1.exe, tlib2.exe). You must rename them to tlib.exe. If these versions
don't compatible with your Clipper - reject my answer.

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