It appears you have misunderstood the purpose of the rexxc
utility program. It doesn't actually "compile" the input rexx
file but rather produces a file that Rexx can execute without
having to first check for syntax errors. Its output is an
abstract source tree, not a Windows executable. So once you have
the output file - I'd probably name it something like qtime.rxc,
not qtime.exe - you can run it with rexx qtime.rxc.
On 6/25/2017 8:16 AM, TomK [via Rexx
Language Association Forum] wrote:
I have WIn 10/32
bit and oorexx 4.0
I'm trying to compile oorexx sample qtime.rex: like so:
rexxc qrtime.rex qtime.exe
It seems to compile but when I doubleclick executable icon I get
"THE NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction..."
I tried using Win compatibility settings to correct but to no
Has anyone else experienced same issue?
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