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ES:BP points to string to be printed. Currently this function can be used to determine the number of installed number of floppy disk drives. INT 12h - get memory size. ES:BX points to data buffer. CF clear if successful. Note: each sector has bytes. Note: the resolution of the wait period is microseconds on many systems 1 million microseconds - 1 second.
INT 19h - system reboot. AL is not set by the emulator. Return: CF clear if successful AX destroyed. Note: all directories in the given path must exist except the last one. Notes: directory must be empty there should be no files inside of it. Return: Carry Flag is clear if successful, AX destroyed. Notes: even if new directory name includes a drive letter, the default drive is not changed, only the current directory on that drive. Note: data is read beginning at current file position, and the file position is updated after a successful read the returned AX may be smaller than the request in CX if a partial read occurred.
AL is the drive of deleted file undocumented. Note: DOS does not erase the file's data; it merely becomes inaccessible because the FAT chain for the file is cleared deleting a file which is currently open may lead to filesystem corruption.
Notes: for origins 1 and 2, the pointer may be positioned before the start of the file; no error is returned in that case, but subsequent attempts to read or write the file will produce errors.
Return: CF clear if successful. Note: allows move between directories on same logical drive only; open files should not be renamed! Learn more about Scribd Membership Home.
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The BIOS typically sets up a real mode interrupt handler at this vector that provides video services. Such services include setting the video mode, character and string output, and graphics primitives reading and writing pixels in graphics mode. To use this call, load AH with the number of the desired subfunction, load other required parameters in other registers, and make the call. Setting the video mode, which is done infrequently, can be accomplished by using the BIOS, while drawing graphics on the screen in a game needs to be done quickly, so direct access to video RAM is more appropriate than making a BIOS call for every pixel. This means that a modern operating system, which operates in Protected mode 32 bit , or Long mode 64 bit , would need to switch into real mode and back to call the BIOS - a hugely expensive operation. Although most modern systems typically use device drivers that directly set the video mode, it is not feasible for hobbyist systems to have a device driver for every video card - a problem that also plagues older, unsupported systems such as Windows
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