ISR's and VC++ 4 
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 ISR's and VC++ 4

> In the older VC++'s (16-bit) there was a keyword "interrupt" to make a
> function an intterupt handler that would push the registers, pop them,
> and issue an RTI for the return. This does not seem to be present in the
> new VC++ 4. How does one achieve this functionality? Is there a new
> defined way or what? Thanks for your assistance.

VC++ 4.0 is pure 32 bit, and you can't talk directly to hardware in 95 and
What you need is a hardware driver.

Take a look at


Sat, 05 Jun 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 ISR's and VC++ 4


> Take a look at

> Jorgen

Can't get in, does this link still work?

Sun, 06 Jun 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
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