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On Saturday November 3, 2007 Jasen (guest) said:
Thils is a C compiler for 8086 (ms-dos)
It is a computer programming tool
it produces execuable programs from C source code.
On Tuesday June 19, 2007 Ming the more-or-less (guest) said:
Aztec was a quite decent C compiler back in the early days (~1985) of DOS. Reasonably compliant with contemporary UNIX standards and padded out with a batch of UNIX-ish utilities. Unfortunately, it was fairly pricely (~250 bucks) for its time, and it wasn't distributed by Microsoft, so it basically got its block knocked off when Turbo C appeared.
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