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  • Tom Hanlin
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    In this instance, the file extension is probably arbitrary. Try changing it.

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  • Martin Kropfinger
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    I already tried this, but the files I have are .bin files and no .com.
    Because of that I had no luck doing it.

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  • Lance Edmonds
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    $INLINE "file.com" is supported by PB/DOS 3.5, but that metastatement must be used within a SUB INLINE block. Please refer to Page 269 in the Reference Guide.

    Also, there is a utility called INLN2ASM.EXE in the \PB35 directory - that may help you convert your inline code.



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  • Martin Kropfinger
    started a topic Using .BIN by $INLINE

    Using .BIN by $INLINE

    I am working on an old program written in TurboBasic and
    older versions of PowerBasic.
    I now have PowerBasic 3.5 and have the problem that there are
    passages:
    $INLINE "filename.BIN"

    I have those .BIN files, but I have the problem that
    PowerBasic3.5 does not support $INLINE followed by a filename.
    I don't have a source of those .BINs.
    Is there a way to bring these files in my program?

    I don't have an older version of the compiler.

    Thanx

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