MS-DOS is an operating system commercialized by Microsoft. It was the most commonly used member of the DOS family of operating systems and was the dominant operating system for computers during the 1980s.
Components and Libraries
A tiny little DOS program that prints out every ASCII character (0x01-0xFF) on screen. Written in Assembly, NASM syntax. Source code is included.
Involves using INT 0x10 to print stuff on screen,...
An input/output (IO) library wich offers a common API to have real mode and permission-restricted access to parallel port under Windows, Linux and MS-DOS real mode operative systems. It also allows...
General purpose libraries C/C++ programmers This package
contains several libraries and their source code. Some
functions are quite complex, some other are very trivial but
may be useful just...
The MegaToolbox is a set of four separate function libraries
for C++ programming environments under the MS-DOS operating