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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.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
SG.DOC 1409 728 deflated
SG.EXE 7352 5215 deflated

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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).



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