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 Mixing compilers and languages
 Blinker can combine .OBJs and .LIBs from almost any compiler, but this in no
 way avoids the restrictions that each compiler places on mixed language
 programming. For example, CA-Clipper and BASIC cannot be combined in one
 application. Both of these high level languages require their own startup,
 environment initialisation and memory management routines to be active at
 application run time.

 When mixing languages, compilers also have requirements that involve calling
 conventions, parameter passing and linking rules. Check each compiler's
 documentation for its mixed language requirements before linking.

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