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I''ve been busy with school work (yes I will go to college, but I''m only 14) and I haven''t been able to find it. It''s called somewhere along the lines of DF67DM or something. Can anyone point me to a dl of that? Thanks

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I''ve been busy with school work (yes I will go to college, but I''m only 14) and I haven''t been able to find it.


how''s this relevant? many people here are your age and younger. I''m 15. anyways, about the compiler. never heard of it. are you sure you don''t mean djgpp?


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quote:
Original post by Julio


how's this relevant? many people here are your age and younger. I'm 15.




Jeez, take it easy... not like that wasn't as irrelevant either . Anyway, John1, I haven't heard of you're compiler either... however, you don't need it... get djgpp (the best dos compiler around) from:

www.delorie.com/djgpp


Cheers all, and good luck John1


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Edited by - Llamasoft.net on November 3, 2000 4:18:17 PM

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Hahahahaha what the hell? LOL Ok that is important to know!! Hahahahahahaha what does that have to do with a DOS compiler? LOL

I''m 14 and I manage a succesful finance company that has a large share in the stock markets.. I am also running for attourney general! Also please support my cure for cancer fund in which I am leading all the research!!

Hahahahaha what an idiot!!!



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That guy must be talking about dog college.

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Oh, wait if he were a dog he must be dead by now. Must be the Clown College were Homer went to.

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John -> I apologize on behalf of the gamedev.net forums for all of those twits that flamed you. I see you''re fairly new to the boards (only 18 posts), so you probably hadn''t seen this yet, but as far as we''re concerned age has nothing to do with skill level or maturity. So, take care to remember that next time, okay?


To the rest of you who flamed him (EG. Maketty)-> You don''t have to be an asshole about it, just look at how many posts he''s made and if he''s new to the boards, just tell him politely. And yes, I am in a bad mood, so maybe I''m being a bit severe against you, but still...

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Thank you, SeanHowe. I have not posted on here very often and i was oblivious to the philosophy of gamedev. Makkety: I have never done anything to you, hell, I''ve only posted 18 times.

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Hey, John1, forget´im. Some people don´t have anything to do. He´s probably 60. But I´m too lazy to look at his profile. Well, until now, I don´t know any one here more than 17 years old. I´m 14, either.

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I;m 22

You could look for Turbo C, once made by borland, past it''s end-of-life some time ago.

djgpp is a GNU 32bit compiler (turbo C is 16bit)
http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/

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Why not give borland''s free command line compiler a shot? It compiles C++ and works with DX too.

Kaewan

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