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I need to find a reference for the syntax of LNPROC which is used to link ProC object modules.
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On VMS systems, there is a script called LNPROC that you use to link your Pro*C/C++ applications. I don't have vms. You may try out


comands for running ProC

$ edit filename.pc              - create ProC file
$ proc iname = filename         - create file filename.c
$ cc filname                    - create file filename.obj
$ lnproc filename (and other files if any) final
                                - create executable file final.exe
$ run final
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