MS-DOS functions

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Microsoft, Distributed by Penguin , Redmond, Wash, Harmondsworth
MS-DOS (Computer operating sy
StatementRay Duncan.
SeriesProgrammer"s quick reference series
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LC ClassificationsQA76.6
The Physical Object
Pagination122p. ;
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Open LibraryOL21931982M
ISBN 101556151284

MS-DOS Functions (Programmer's Quick Reference Series) Paperback – March 1, by Ray Duncan (Author)Author: Ray Duncan.

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The getTod function returns a Time Of Day (Tod) integer value with a precision of 1/ th of a second. Together with the other functions this can be used for time capture calculations like runtime measurements. The getHHMMSSDD function allows extracting the hours, minutes, seconds, and 1/ th of seconds from a Tod integer.

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Michels (Contributor), Ralph Brown, Jim Kyle Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Book Edition: 2nd Edition. Introduction to DOS - Functions and Features. It is the primary system where the user will get an environment about the input and output deviates, e.g. Monitor, Keyboard, Printers etc.; It is helpful in performing file management e.g., creating, editing, deleting files etc.; It is a single user operating user can operate at one time in this operating system.

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For MS-DOS taken from Windows OSR2 release, function INT 21\AH=30h () reports exact version number Ah, or decimal It is just this version.

One of the answers that hasn't turned up relates to non recognition of the hard drive. When I tried to run Check Disk, it turns out that the file explorer doesn't show my hard drive.8 DOS Command Reference GOTO LABEL LABEL is any line of text, usually preceded by colon (:) in first column, which makes MS-DOS ignore it other than as a label.

Terminates if label not found IF ERRORLEVEL number command command executed if previous command returned exit code >= number IF string1 == string2 command command executed if strings match.