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COM files are headerless 16-bit executable files which were used in CP/M, PC-DOS, and MS-DOS. The files also run under 32-bit versions of Windows via NTVDM or in emulation software such as DosBox or DOSEMU.. For Component Object Model, use the tag "com" instead.

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What can I do to reverse engineer a DOS .COM file? As far as debugging goes, I've looked DEBUG and DEBUGX from the creators of FreeDOS, as well as the default DEBUG command that comes with Windows. Su …
asked Apr 18 '13 by JMcAfreak