Advanced M. S.-DOS Programming: The Microsoft Guide for by Ray Duncan

By Ray Duncan

This bestselling consultant exhibits programmers the way to totally entry the hidden energy of MS-DOS. It covers reveal, keyboard, dossier, and checklist entry; the interior constitution of MS-DOS disks; tips to create installable gadget drivers and filters to increase MS-DOS and lots more and plenty extra.

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OBJ files specified in the command line to the linker, along with the names of the appropriate runtime libraries. The C compiler has many optional switches controlling its memory models, output files, code generation, and code optimization. These are summarized in Figure 4-2. The C compiler's arcane switch syntax is derived largely from UNIX/XENIX, so don't expect it to make any sense. Switch Meaning —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— /Ax Select memory model: C = compact model H = huge model L = large model M = medium model S = small model (default) /c Compile only; do not invoke linker.

NOE /NOEXTENDEDDICTSEARCH Ignore extended library dictionary (if it is present). The extended dictionary ordinarily provides the linker with information about inter-module dependencies, to speed up linking. /NOF /NOFARCALLTRANSLATION Disable optimization of far calls to labels within the same segment. /NOG /NOGROUPASSOCIATION Ignore group associations when assigning addresses to data and code items. /NOI /NOIGNORECASE linking. Do not ignore case in names during /NON /NONULLSDOSSEG Arrange segments as for /DOSSEG but do not insert 16 null bytes at start of _TEXT segment.

14# 31 58 _DATA. . . . . . . 23 27 _TEXT. . . . . . . 21# 23 51 44# 41 15 Symbols —————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Figure 4-5. EXE program example from Chapter 3. The symbols declared in the program are listed on the left in alphabetic order. To the right of each symbol is a list of all the lines where that symbol is referenced. The number with a # sign after it denotes the line where the symbol is declared. Numbers followed by a + sign indicate that the symbol is modified at the specified line.

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