1980s MS - DOS 1. 0 Encyclopedia MITS Altair 8800 IBM 5150 Bill Gates Intel 4004
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Over 4 pounds (1.8 kilos) & 1570 pages
Weighing in at over 1500 pages, this huge tome covers everything you ever wanted to know about MS-DOS versions 1.0 through 3 in excruciating detail. What's more,this updated edition contains a full 40 pages on the history of personal computing from the Intel 4004 and 8008 microprocessors to the birth of the MITS Altair 8800 in 1975 to Bill Gates' and Paul Allen's work on Altair BASIC to the release... of the IBM 5150 and beyond, complete with numerous photos. Apart from a little cover wear, the book is in very good condition. Hardcover, copyright 1988. This item ships WORLDWIDE.
Contents Include:Structure of DOS Programming for MS-DOS Customizing MS-DOS Directions of MS-DOS Programming Tools User Commands Programming Utilites System Calls AppendixesMS-DOS Version 3.3Critical Error Codes Extended Error Codes ASCII and IBM Extended Character SetsANSI.SYS Key and Extended Key Codes File Control Block (FCB) StructureProgram Segment Prefix (PSP) Structure 8086/8088/80286/80386 Instruction Sets Common MS-DOS Filename Extensions Intel Hexadecimal Object File Format 8086/8088 Software Compatibility IssuesAn Object Module Dump Utility IBM PC BIOS Calls
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