I use Turbo C 2.0 and Dos 6.22
I found this on http://community.borland.com/
>Allocating more than 64K of data in a single modul - by Borland Developer Support Staff
> Technical Notes Database
>TN2890C.txt Allocating more than 64K of data in a single modul
>Product :TC 1.0
>Can I statically allocate more than 64K of data in a single module?
>Yes. Far data items are now supported:
>char far array1[60000L];
>char far array2[60000L];
>For arrays larger than 64k use:
>char huge array3[100000L];
>7/2/98 10:43:08 AM
>Turbo C/C++ 1.0
>DOS 1.0; Windows 3.1 1.0
>Article ID: 17890 Publish Date: July 02, 1998 Last >Modified: September 01, 1999
But I always get two compiling errors,
"Conflicting type modifiers"
"Array Size too large"
How do I create an array of greater than 64k under Turbo C 2.0?
Thanks a lot!
BTW, I also found this in http://community.borland.com/article/0,1410,18117,00.html
>Q. How do I create an array of greater than 64k?
>A. See TI1563.ZIP in library 2
It's only a index. I can't find the file TI1563.ZIP. Could anyone can email a copy to me.