Contents of the SG.DOC file
Stop & Go - TSR Stopwatch
(C) 1990-91 by Microsystems Sofware, Inc.
Author: Ratko V. Tomic
Program SG.EXE simulates simple stopwatch. It remains resident, and its
functions are activated via hotkeys. Stop&Go uses CodeRunneR (TM) TSR
library for C and assembler. As result it occupies only 2032 bytes of
DOS memory when resident, even though it is written entirely in C.
NOTE: Symbol # (below) stands for Left Shift, and ^ for Left Control.
The following functions are available in TSR mode:
^#G or F12 Start/Stop the stopwatch counter. The ellapsed time is
displayed on Stop. Any key will clear the pop-up.
^#O or F11 Start/Stop, except that is sent to the foreground
application on Start. This allows timing of applications
which require some input before their processing starts.
^#E or #F12 Use DOS Exec/Exit calls to start/stop the stopwatch.
This allows measuring total execution time of a program.
Once the timed program exits, the time is displayed.
To disable this feature press #F12 again.
COMMAND LINE OPTIONS
/U Uninstall Stop&Go. This has no effect if another TSR
was loaded after Stop&Go, and which trapped some of
its interrupt vectors (0x9, 0x28).