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¿What is the reason of the SmallerC limitation in real mode / MSDOSto work with the type long and far pointers when theprogramming model used is TINY or SMALL?This limitation is crucial when what you want iswrite an educational 16-bit operating system.At the moment I have one OS written for Borland C, and Iwould rewrite it to SmallerC. I wantedNASM assembler to use as instead of TASM.BCC & TASM / TASM32 meets all my needs, butI really attracts the possibility of using SmalelrC & NASMbecause they are open source.With SmallerC without the long type and without pointersfar I do not see how I can rewrite the OS inSmallerC, for example with regard to the memory managementof processes.Anyway, many congratulations for the projectSmallerC. I will be pending the progress of the project,I think it's great.A greeting. Pedro Pablo. (Madrid, Spain)
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