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Borland to Microsoft Convertion

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I have some programs in Turbo C for Windows 3.0 . Now I am using Microsoft Visual C++ 4.0 How do I covert my programs source code to Microsoft C so it will compile? Is there any program that can do it for me. If yes give me an address wre I can download it. Thank you for your time.
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by:chemin
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If you need any additional information you can contact me by email: malade@usa.net Thank you.
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Check the online help of your compiler.  Specifically this branch:

    Visual C++ Books
        C/C++
            Programming Techniques
                Porting 16-Bit Code to 32-Bit Windows

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by:alexo
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The changes between MS and Borland should be small.  The real work is converting Win16 code to Win32 code.
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And the autograder hits again!
Thank you so much for ignoring the answer others have researched for you.
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