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how to compile multiple c files into one obj file using bcc32?

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I have a project with 3 c files. I would like to use it in Delphi without using lib or dll, so I compile it to a obj file first and then to link it in Delphi via {$LINK test.obj}. I got success for one test.c file, now how should I handle a project with multiple c files?
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Make all c files a large one, fill the header as needed and do the same with test.

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