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PC TECHNIQUES LISTINGS DISKETTE #5: DEC/JAN 1990
To all our programmer friends:
These are the listings from the December/January 1990 issue of
PC TECHNIQUES, Volume 1, #5.
Two files related to the issue are present on this disk, but
were *not* printed in the issue itself:
SILVTEST.C is a sample program using the SilverComm Asynch Library,
which was the subject of the Critique on Page 74.
COMM_PP.ASM is the assembly-language code from the article "Extendible
Serial Port Objects", which was not printed in the magazine due to space
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