A 32 bit multi-platform compiler that targeted 386 and 486 processors, initially released in the latter half of the 1980's as a C compiler for 32 bit DOS with a Phar Lap extender and a little later with Microport Unix support, making it one of the first C compilers available that generated code for the 386. In general the NDP compilers had strong numerical support including code generation for Weitek numerical co-processors and Intel 860 arrays.
- Includes a screen only version of the MGX Library
- NDP C-386 available for DOS and Xenix. RRP USD 595 in 1988 - Supports Intel 80287, 80387 and Microway mW1167 (Weitek 1163/64 based board)
- Requires Microport Unix 5.3 or higher.
- NDP C 3.1 (1991) - DOS real-mode / Phar Lap DOS 386 extender
- NDP C-486
- 1990 - DOS, SCO UNIX, XENIX 386