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Rudoman needs help with the TIMER

RudomanRudoman Posts: 2Member
Help me: I just need to know where the hell is the internal TIMER (mili or microseconds from 0:00 hours). Memory adress? "timer interrupts"? anything???.

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  • sweeneysweeney Posts: 117Member
    : Help me: I just need to know where the hell is the internal TIMER (mili or microseconds from 0:00 hours). Memory adress? "timer interrupts"? anything???.
    :
    what programming languge are you using??
  • korkor Posts: 198Member
    : : Help me: I just need to know where the hell is the internal TIMER (mili or microseconds from 0:00 hours). Memory adress? "timer interrupts"? anything???.
    : :
    : what programming languge are you using??
    :
    Programming language matters little, it only determines which libraries you can use. Operating system matters far more, and I'd assume he's using assembler, due to the memory address and interrupts reference.
    I'll assume x86, with dos.
    Try http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/user/ralf/pub/WWW/files.html for a list of x86 interrupts for dos.
  • RudomanRudoman Posts: 2Member
    Tnk'u guys...
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