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Is there a possible way to make my program compile to Win16 or Win32s in VC++6?  I would like to compile my 32-bit app to Win16 or Win32s; or is this not possible, and I need a different compiler?  If I need a different compiler, please specify a compiler that I could download to compile to Win16 or Win32s, and I will give you points.
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It is not possible at all. You need Microsoft Visual C++ 1.52 or Borland C++. Search the Borland Web site. I remember that it is giving away some version of the compilers.
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