>Is it possible to get source from Borland for their C/C++ libraries?
>Many companies supply source, or sell it separately, but I've never
>seen even a mention of it in Borland advertising or documentation.
>I've seen a few mail-order houses selling a 'Turbo Developers Library'.
>Is this the library source, or is it something else?
Borland does sell the run-time library. An order form for it should
be in the box you received your copy of Turbo C/C++ in (assuming of
course you have a legal copy :-).
There is a "no-nonsense" license agreement you have to sign, as well as
parting with $150.00 of your hard-earned cash (I think this is US
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