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what are the equvivalent functions in VC++ for FP_SEG,FP_OFF macros in
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There are none. Those are used for segmented 16 bit mode.  version of VC afte 1.5 oly support 32 flat mode.  So those macros are not needed.

Let me know if you have any questions.
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Thank You.
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