MS-DOS Advanced Programming

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SYBEX, 1988 - Computers - 490 pages
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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Contents

and Assembler?
3
Interfacing C
33
Developing in Layers
47
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Michael Young is an author of books on using and programming computers (including several editions of Running Microsoft Office) a contributor to several computer magazines, and a freelance programmer. He has written 15 computer books, including AFC Developers Workshop for Microsoft Press, and he has used and written about Microsoft Office applications for almost a decade.

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