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Where to obtain MS 16bit compiler (e.g. MS Visual C++ 1.5)

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I'm looking for a 16bit compiler to compile MS 16bit sample code.
I gather MS Visual C++ 1.5 was the last version to target 16bit.

I vaguely recall hearing that Microsoft were making this available
to VC 5/6 users. Anybody body know how/where I can get it or an equivalent?

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