Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : JED.ZIP
Filename : VIDTBL.SRC

 
Output of file : VIDTBL.SRC contained in archive : JED.ZIP
;---------------------------------------------------------------
; DISPLAY ADAPTER INFORMATION LOOKUP TABLE
;
; This is the lookup table containing information on all legal
; display adapters. The first field in each element is a 26-
; character string containing a brief description of the
; adapter. The next field is the segment of the video refresh
; buffer. The last three fields are the number of screen lines
; an adapter displays when the 8-pixel, 14-pixel, and 16-pixel
; fonts are loaded, respectively. Note that not all adapters
; support all fonts, but a screen line count is given for all
; three fonts for all adapter types. Illegal combinations will
; not be accessed.
;---------------------------------------------------------------
VidInfoTbl DB 'No adapter identified ' ; Code 0
DW 0B000H
DB 25,25,25
DB 'Monochrome Display Adapter ' ; Code 1
DW 0B000H
DB 25,25,25
DB 'Color Graphics Adapter ' ; Code 2
DW 0B800H
DB 25,25,25
DB 'Code 3: Undefined ' ; Code 3
DW 0B000H
DB 25,25,25
DB 'EGA with color monitor ' ; Code 4
DW 0B800H
DB 43,25,25
DB 'EGA with mono monitor ' ; Code 5
DW 0B000H
DB 43,25,25
DB 'Code 6: Undefined ' ; Code 6
DW 0B000H
DB 25,25,25
DB 'VGA with mono monitor ' ; Code 7
DW 0B000H
DB 50,27,25
DB 'VGA with color monitor ' ; Code 8
DW 0B800H
DB 50,27,25
DB 'Code 9: Undefined ' ; Code 9
DW 0B000H
DB 25,25,25
DB 'MCGA with digital color ' ; Code 0AH
DW 0B800H
DB 25,25,25
DB 'MCGA with monochrome ' ; Code 0BH
DW 0B000H
DB 25,25,25
DB 'MCGA with analog color ' ; Code 0CH
DW 0B800H
DB 25,25,25


  3 Responses to “Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : JED.ZIP
Filename : VIDTBL.SRC

  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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