I am a long-time user of Microsoft Visual C++, and I recently installed Borland C++ 5.0 and I played around with some of the included example programs. When I looked at the executables I created, I noticed that they require a file called "CW3220.DLL" to be on the user's system. Is it possible to statically link this runtime library into my project so that the executable would be stand-alone just like the ones Visual C++ creates? If so, how can I do it? The online help offers no solution to this problem.
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