Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : INTDEM.ZIP
Filename : README.1ST

 
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INTRCPT DEMO 1.50
Copyright Hackensack 1992, 1993
All Rights Reserved.

INTDEMO includes 4 files:
INTDEMO.COM debugger demo
INTDEMO.HLP help database
FCTBASE.DAT function database
README.1ST general information
Copy the four files to a directory named INTRCPT
on the fixed disk. The DEMO does not use an en-
vironment path, so execute INTDEMO from the INTRCPT
directory for loading of the database files. Once
resident, INTDEMO may be invoked with the Hot-Key
(Alt-PrtScrn) from any directory.

The DEMO is a functioning version of INTRCPT 1.50
with restrictions placed on the Trap, Log, and Debug-
ger. INTDEMO is licensed for 30 days evaluation pur-
poses only. The on-line help is the complete version
included with the commercial product, with this sup-
plement to explain the DEMO restrictions.

The Trap and Log options are restricted to INT 21
with even numbered FCTs only. If wildcard (??)
FCT values are used, only the even numbered FCTs
will be reported. The Debugger is restricted to
Dump, Register, Restore Regs, Trace, and Quit com-
mands only. All other options are fully imple-
mented.

INTRCPT V1.50 includes a complete user's manual, and
is priced at $129.00 plus shipping. Minor version
upgrades are free to registered users, and Major ver-
sions for the price differential. For additional
information, contact:

Hackensack
PO Box 181386
Arlington, TX 76096

(817) 561-2172 FAX
(817) 572-0345 VOICE
CompuServe 76570,2752



  3 Responses to “Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : INTDEM.ZIP
Filename : README.1ST

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

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