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My borland (inprise) compiler wont allow me to program 32-bit DOS programs. I''ve heard of Watcom and DJGPP but are there any more? I really need this because I need more memory for my programs, especially for SVGA games.

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Try MASM (microsoft). it is free

as for TASM (turbo assemler) I am positive it does it but i don''t use it...

other things... you need to make sure that you have

".386" whithout the quotes in your directives section..

this probably isn''t you problem though...

i''d say switch to MASM, or MSVC++, (even Turbo C++ (Borland)for dos accepts 32 bt inline assembly i believe)

Goodluck,
RanXacT

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