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The Sinclair QDOS Companion

Andrew Pennell describes all the features of QDOS. Each system call is covered, not only in terms if its function and its use, but also the exact steps it takes when carrying out its task. The complete input/output process is explained, including how device drivers wok, an how to add your own to the system. The author also leads you through he various system variables and tables, as well as describing how to access the I/O ports within the machine.

ISBN : 0 946408 69 6

Publisher : Sunshine Books

Author : Andrew Pennnell

Format : Softback - 183 Pages

-Andrew Pennnell-

 

 

 

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