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[ANN] MikeOS 4.0 converted to 32 bit protected mode
MikeOS 4.0 converted to 32 bit protected mode Mike Gonta look and see - many look but few see ... 6 Dec 2009 19:26
Martin S. posted how to create DOS .com with gas and ld.
On comp.os.msdos.djgpp, "Martin Str|mberg" <ams(a)> wrote in message news:hf3r2u$kua$1(a) I've put up how I create .COM files with gas and ld here: <> This might be useful to guys on Linux, e.g., producing .com's for FreeDOS/DOSEMU, or thos... 2 Dec 2009 07:36
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Function BB of Int 1Ah
"David" <this(a)is.invalid> wrote in message news:A6lPm.46319$%j4.8234(a)newsfe18.iad... Anyone know what function BBh of Int 0x1A on a PC is related to (which spec covers it)? Not I. I don't see BBh for Int 0x1A in RBIL (Ralf Brown's Interrupt List) either. Are you sure the BBh is correct? There is one ... 14 Dec 2009 00:08
Help with this little program.
Hello, I'm trying to make a little program that do the following: Check if a key was pressed. If so, return the ascii value of the key. Otherwise, returns 0. I made this code, but I'm can't capturing the ascii value of the arrows. org 100h mov ah, 11h int 16h je pre_quit mov ah,8h int 21h cmp al,0 ... 1 Dec 2009 08:16
Embedding assembler in a language
"bartc" <bartc(a)> wrote in message news:XqvNm.6933$Ym4.1565(a) "Rod Pemberton" <do_not_have(a)nohavenot.cmm> wrote in message news:he4pjc$9us$1(a) How would you recommend coding a bytecode interpreter that works for 16-bit, 32-bit, and 64-bit x86? Wh... 20 Nov 2009 17:56
LPC2478 arm7tdmi 56mhz 8kb cache 32mb ram, jpeg decoding performance
Alexei A. Frounze wrote: On Nov 13, 5:48 am, Herbert Kleebauer <k...(a)> wrote: Branimir Maksimovic wrote: He said decoding 800x600 jpeg pictures is very slow. I will if we don;t succeed to achieve time of 5 seconds per picture. Damn external memory ;) 5 seconds for one 800x600 j... 14 Nov 2009 08:55
status update: x86 interpreter...
seems I had not been telling people here about this, so, I just figured I would give a status update... x86 ISA, still "mostly" supported: x87 has not been well tested (and even then, does not currently support "subtle issues" such as rounding modes, ...); SSE/SSE2, still not gotten to finishing up support... 12 Nov 2009 18:29
LPC2478 arm7tdmi 56mhz 8kb cache 32mb ram, jpeg decoding performance
Im interested if someone has experience with this controller or processor and jpeg decoding performance. Friend of mine asked me if I can make assembler program for jpeg decoding as he said open source c programs for jpeg decoding (from jpeg site and what he can find) does not give satisfying performance. He sai... 14 Nov 2009 08:55
the 'switch' limit...
this is an observation I have made in the past, and I think I will state here as if it were some kind of rule: when a profiler says that the largest amount of time used in an interpreter is the main opcode dispatch switch (rather than some function called by it, or some logic contained within said switch, ... es... 2 Nov 2009 20:08
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