WHATIS v1.2 Copyright (c) 1989-1990, J.E. Smith, All rights reserved.
USAGE: WHATIS filename[.ext] (i.e. WHATIS whatis)
WHATIS reads a file and tries to determine what language and compiler was used to create it. It can identify the following: Turbo C, Microsoft C, Lattice C, Datalight/Zortech C, Turbo BASIC, Quick BASIC and Turbo Pascal (v3 and before). Quick C is not distinguished from Microsoft C. Also, programs compressed with Bellard's LZEXE.EXE are so noted.
If extension is omitted, the program will look for a .COM file first, if no match is found it will then look for an .EXE file.
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