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Undocumented DOS: A Programmer's Guide to Reserved MS-DOS Functions and Data Structures

This programming manual includes instructions for MS-DOS that were left undocumented by Microsoft.

From the back of the book:

'The powerful DOS programming functions undocumented by Microsoft - finally revealed in Undocumented DOS!

Since MS-DOS was first released, over 100 function calls have been listed as "reserved" by Microsoft; leaving inquiring programmers to prowl electronic bulletin boards and programming journals for information... Undocumented DOS puts all the power of reserved functions and data structures at your disposal.'

First printing.

ISBN : 0-201-57064-5

Publisher : Addison-Wesley

Author : Andrew Schulman, Raymond J. Michels, Jim Kyle, Tim Paterson, David Maxey, Ralf Brown

Format :

-Andrew Schulman, Raymond J. Michels, Jim Kyle, Tim Paterson, David Maxey, Ralf Brown-

 

 

 

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