Borland TASM and DosBox

Posted by NRasool on 29th January 2020 in development, dosbox |

DoxBox is a wonderful tool for running old dos games. But did you know it can be used to run old programming languages? Back in good old 1995 in College in my 2nd year of BTEC Computing, we had a class that was called Low-Level Programming. We would use Borland TASM. At that time Borland was all the rage, you had Borland Pascal, Borland Turbo C++ which also came with TASM and TLINK. Recently I found under WaybackArchive my first site, and it cached my college work, which I uploaded. Having the complete assembler project, I wanted to find out a way of compiling this. Hunting around the internet, I came on this page which used Doxbox and also uploaded TASM.

The result brought me back to my college days which now can compile in lovely DosBox.

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