Contents of the MONITOR.DOC file
Place intmon.exe in your autoexec.bat file or anywhere before a
program which you would like to monitor. Intmon will return the
interrupts that a program has changed upon it's termination. Intmon
can also be brought up with a hotkey sequence "alt ." while inside an
application. When brought up within an application intmon will
give you the current segment and offset address of each interrupt.
This is very usefull during a session with debug.
Writing intmon was not a simple task. If you decide that you like
intmon and would like to continue using it we ask that you send us
$10.00 to cover our development cost and to put a few bucks back in
Send your comments, bugs, gripes, and of course money to :
700 South First #109
Austin, Tx 78704
P.S. Send us $15.00 and a disk and we'll send you the assembly
language source !