Accessing Hardware!!! 
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 Accessing Hardware!!!

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Quote:

>How does one get access to hardware, for example, to the soundcard using
>C language in MS-DOS mode.

>Is it by using these functions...
>    inport
>    inportb
>    outport
>    outportb

>Please elaborate for a begginner like me!

>Thanks!!!

>Tans Yongs Mings




Sun, 18 Jun 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 Accessing Hardware!!!

How does one get access to hardware, for example, to the soundcard using
C language in MS-DOS mode.

Is it by using these functions...
    inport
    inportb
    outport
    outportb

Please elaborate for a begginner like me!

Thanks!!!

Tans Yongs Mings



Mon, 19 Jun 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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