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Greetings. I have a program and the overlay (a unit) it uses in the same directory and it runs fine as long as the overlay stays there with the program. If I join them in DOS with
"copy/b myprog.exe+myprog.ovr" the program gets larger and then runs okay but only if the ovr file is still there. I thought the whole point of this DOS command was to avoid needing separate files. Even my TP7 books say to use that exact command to join an executable and its overlay. Any comments? Thanx.