A file format is a particular way to encode information for storage in a computer file.
I am very new to using MS-DOS as a scripting language so please forgive my (hopefully) easy question. What I am trying to do is take all the files in a folder that are of the following specific...
decode.exe 3 c:\test1 c:\test1R
But this will ignore the additional fields and wait for the version.
I have tried pasting from notepad into the command window. This works, but the buffer will...
using DOS Commands- convert a text file in UNIX format to PC Format
: Obviously - but if this were a sufficient solution, I wouldn't be asking the question! Is there any way to execute directly from ram? My program contains, in its exe file, another program, that...
: please help me!
: i want to ask after running the program, cam the EXE window be closed automatically using some algorithm?
: for example, if i ake the user whether he wants to continue
: As I understand it, 't' is something that was added to some compilers because of the different text file format in DOS (cr+lf). 'r' would then mean UNIX-style and 'rt' DOS-style.
This method is OK for MS-DOS 6.x operating system, but has a very very big problem for others -- it is too cpu intensive.
: Ok buddy, since i can't remeber i wrote a little method that behaves...
: Try quick basic or QBasic. QBasic comes free with DOS doesn't it?
QBasic 1.0 comes with MS-DOS and Win9x (on Win9x it's in a folder called "OLDMSDOS" or something similar somewhere on the CD)....
i search for source of a in assemply written mp3-player for ms-dos.
I am trying to modify the location of a jump in program. I have to correct opcodes and a hex-editor. My problem is that when ever I change this, windows changes my program into an MS-DOS exe which...
This message was edited by the melissa_may1 at 2002-3-1 17:25:39
There is a free, open-source MS-DOS compatible OS out there. It's
appropriately called FreeDOS, and can be found at:
I need to execute a command-line executable from within a C program and parse the resulting output. How do I achieve this? Also, I would like to do this without popping open a MS-DOS window....
No, there's no way to create an MS-DOS program with VC6.0. A console application is not an MS-DOS application. You have to get an old version like 1.5 because VC6.0 can't produce 16-bit code.
:My code looks more like the code at the Art o' Assembly site
:I found a book that explains the link switches, and i'm
:getting ready to try your suggestion...hope it works.
:I wanted to ask if...
: does somebody know how can I import a bmp with c++ for ms-dos? tks.
Try Thomas Pollak's Paint program. (comes w/ source) It's on this site under GraphicsZone/Compter Graphics/Bitmaps/Paint.zip...
I need some assistance with the sndPlaySound function, found in mmsystem.dll. What I need is more options. The code I am using right now works fine, but I have no way to loop the sound, or if...