About the language C--.|
This page is dedicated to the programming language
C-- is a programming language occupying an intermediate position
between Assembler and C. It is ideally suited for writing small
programs, TSRs, drivers, or interrupt handlers. In order to work
with C-- you should know Assembler and C. C-- can now
generate 32-bit code under DOS and Windows.
The author of
is Peter Cellik
The author's latest version
of SPHINX C-- is v0.203 of October 28, 1996. Unfortunately the author
has abandoned further development of the language. The language
and its source code were declared an orphan and are freely
given to anyone anywhere to use as they wish.
On this page you will find the latest (but no longer the author's)
version of the language, libraries, sample programs, a description
of the language and libraries in Norton Guide format, and lots of other
useful information on C--.
C-- is now supported (in Russia) by Michael Shecker.