Re: Runtime error 200 => How to slow down dosemu?

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Felix E. Klee wrote:
At Wed, 26 Apr 2006 20:43:21 +0200,
Felix E. Klee wrote:

Hopefully, the error message won't resurface.

It just did. :-(

How big is this program? Would it violate your license to send
me a copy?

"Runtime error 200" is a report, AFAIK originating only with
Borland's Turbo Pascal, reporting division by 0. When the error
occurs, the instruction pointer (IP) gets reported. Is it always
the same? There is a common cause of that report occurring which
is in the initialization of the counter used in the delay()
procedure for creating millisecond resolution delays during
execution. But this is not the only possible cause. Your program
may have other causes for division by zero. Some or all of these
may be related to the speed of execution.

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