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typedef



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Nice.


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Post 23 Sep 2010, 02:29
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typedef: You posted what looks like DOS COM program code. But you asked the question in the Windows section. DOS is still DOS no matter what the host system is. Remember that 64-bit systems have to emulate 16-bit code, but the 16-bit code itself won't have to change.
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My Win64 (Windows 7) does not run DOS COM/EXE executables.
You might need an emulator for DOS.
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Then there must be something wrong with that. Would DosBox work under VISTA/Windows 7?
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typedef wrote:
Would DosBox work under VISTA/Windows 7?

Well we can check my website Wink, which leads us to here.
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Why is all this in the (former) FAQ thread?
Post 24 Sep 2010, 23:57
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typedef



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Must know for windows programmers.

x64 Software Conventions

Abstract Data Models
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Trinitek



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It's a shame a lot of these links are dead. Confused
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