Advanced MS-DOS: The Microsoft Guide for Assembly Language and C Programmers

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Microsoft Press, 1986 - Assembler language (Computer program language). - 468 pages
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Programming with MS-DOS; Genealogy of MS-DOS; MS-DOS in operation; Programming for the MS-DOS environment; Using the MS-DOS programming tools; Programming the character devices; MS-DOS file and record manipulation; Directoriesl Subdirectories, and volume labels; MS-DOS disk internals; Memory allocation; The MS-DOS exec function; MS-DOS interrupt handlers; Installable device drivers; writing MS-DOS filters; MS-DOS programming reference; IBM PC BIO reference; Lotus/Intel/Microsoft expanded memory specification reference; Index.

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In the beginning there was DOS. And for those who wanted to learn how to master DOS there was this book. Just like old engines, this was a time when a single programmer could master ALL of the features of the operating system. Read full review

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Chapter 6
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Chapter 7
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Chapter 8
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