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Visual C++ 7.0?

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Is it possible to get my hands on Visual C++ 7.0?

And how much might it cost me?

Yes, I know about Visual Studio Express 2010, but tor my purposes, only Visual C++ 7.0 (pre .NET) will do.  We need to compile some old code without having to tweak it.
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UPDATE:

Apparently from the C++ Wiki:

Visual C++ .NET 2002 (known also as Visual C++ 7.0), which included MFC 7.0, was released in 2002 with support for link time code generation and debugging runtime checks, .NET 1.0, and Visual C# and Managed C++. The new user interface used many of the hot keys and conventions of Visual Basic, which accounted for some of its unpopularity among C++ developers.[citation needed]
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