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On Saturday January 24, 2015 ouhker said:
Microsoft C 5.1 was used to develop Clipper 5. (not 5.3) However, Clipper 5.2 does not have math functions, e.g. sin(x), cos(x), tan(x), log(x).
To use math functions in clipper 5.2 you have to use MicroSoft C5.1 to write a wrapper function, and link with the (MSC5.1) "alternate math library" (llibca.lib)
During the installation of
MSC 5.1 you have the option of building (80x87) "emulation" library, "float point" library and "alternate math" library. choose "yes" for "alternate math". Turbo C 2.01 can compile but NEVER links.
On Saturday December 27, 2014 ouhker said:
To: Jose de Jesus Rodriguez
See if the below helps
On Wednesday July 16, 2014 Daro Yugoslav Chalovenski said:
Thanks for this i used to code programs in clipper before my win-95 PC Hard Disk
On Tuesday May 7, 2013 said:
thank you very much
I've been looking for a long time
On Monday March 25, 2013 said:
On Sunday January 6, 2013 Jose de Jesus Rodriguez said:
Where can I get a hold of an old clipper book?
On Friday June 29, 2012 Raphael Munoz said:
Gracias, muchas gracias.
El glorioso Clipper me sigue dando laburo, de año en cuando, y ahora lo necesitaba urgeeeeeente para un proyecto que tiene casi 20 años corriendo. Han pasado casi 10 fierros, y el SW sigue rindiendo 24/7.
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