PC Intern: The Encyclopedia of System Programming

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Already used by 600,000 programmers in its previous editions, this encyclopedia presents up-to-date technical information on virtually every aspect of the PC--from its architecture and make-up to its built-in components and add-on peripherals. The authors clearly explain system level programming, illustrating their solutions in C++, assembly language, Pascal, and Visual Basic. The CD-ROM includes every program from the book.

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