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Want C++ compiler for MS-DOS Mode under Win 98.

Have found several good C++ compilers for windows in an MS-DOS window, but none that will run in MS-DOS mode under Win 98.

I need this because I also run a FORTRAN compiler which makes executables much larger than 64k. The very good gcc compiler, with g77, compiles and runs FORTRAN in a DOS window but only allows 64k programs.

So, does anyone know where to get a C++ compiler that runs in straight MS-DOS mode or just plain old MS-DOS??

I'm using C++ to write the FORTRAN code, don't ask.



Much Thanks,

Gary




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  • : So, does anyone know where to get a C++ compiler that runs in straight MS-DOS mode or just plain old MS-DOS??





    Get you self a copy of an old compiler made for DOS. You'll probably have to update the header files with the C++ STD. Computer swap meets and second hand shops often have them. If you own an current version often a manufacturer will give you a copy of an older version for free. MS use to do this though I don't know if they still do.



    Happy hunting.




  • : Have found several good C++ compilers for windows in an MS-DOS window, but none that will run in MS-DOS mode under Win 98.

    : I need this because I also run a FORTRAN compiler which makes executables much larger than 64k. The very good gcc compiler, with g77, compiles and runs FORTRAN in a DOS window but only allows 64k programs.

    : So, does anyone know where to get a C++ compiler that runs in straight MS-DOS mode or just plain old MS-DOS??

    : I'm using C++ to write the FORTRAN code, don't ask.



    http://www.fortranlib.com/freesoft.htm



    -Xotor-


  • : Have found several good C++ compilers for windows in an MS-DOS window, but none that will run in MS-DOS mode under Win 98.

    : I need this because I also run a FORTRAN compiler which makes executables much larger than 64k. The very good gcc compiler, with g77, compiles and runs FORTRAN in a DOS window but only allows 64k programs.

    : So, does anyone know where to get a C++ compiler that runs in straight MS-DOS mode or just plain old MS-DOS??

    : I'm using C++ to write the FORTRAN code, don't ask.



    http://www.fortranlib.com/freesoft.htm



    -Xotor-


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