MS-DOS advanced programming
Shows how to achieve optimal software performance under MS-DOS. This is a collection of practical techniques--with source code listings--designed to enhance software performance by taking fullest advantage of the rich set of resources intrinsic to MS-DOS machines.
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Calling a C Function from an Assembler Program
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