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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 2/5
Section - - How do I create a .COM file?

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 There are two steps to creating a .COM file. First, your program must
 not have a stack. In C, you must compile your program with the TINY
 memory model. Second, use EXE2BIN or a similar program to convert an EXE
 file to a COM file. To find EXE2BIN see subject: <Q:03.10> [Where is
 EXE2BIN located?]

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