Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : DD_IN_C.ZIP
Filename : DIGIO.MAP

 
Output of file : DIGIO.MAP contained in archive : DD_IN_C.ZIP

DIGIO$

Start Length Name Class
0001:0000 0007FH _DATA DATA
0001:0080 00000H CONST CONST
0001:0080 00000H _BSS BSS
0001:0080 0000EH c_common BSS
0002:0000 00578H _TEXT CODE

Origin Group
0001:0 DGROUP

Address Publics by Name

0002:03D8 ABORT
0002:03DE BLOCK
0000:0000 Imp DOSPUTMESSAGE (MSG.1)
0002:041C GETDOSVAR
0002:0446 LOCKSEG
0002:0544 MOVEBYTES
0002:0498 PHYSTOVIRT
0002:04CE RUN
0002:0476 SEGLIMIT
0002:04E2 SETTIMER
0002:04FE UNLOCKSEG
0002:051C VERIFYACCESS
0001:0026 _appl_buffer
0001:0032 _appl_ptr
0001:0036 _CrLf
0001:0000 _devhdr
0001:001E _DevHlp
0001:002A _err
0001:0062 _FailMessage
0002:02EE _Init
0001:003A _InitMessage1
0001:004E _InitMessage2
0001:0082 _input_char
0001:0083 _input_mask
0001:0086 _lock_seg_han
0002:0016 _main
0001:0030 _num_rupts
0001:0022 _opencount
0001:0084 _output_char
0001:008A _ptr
0001:002C _ReadID
0001:0024 _savepid
0002:0000 _STRATEGY
0001:0080 _temp_char
0002:000C _TIMER_HANDLER
0002:02B4 _timr_handler
0002:0000 __acrtused

Address Publics by Value

0000:0000 Imp DOSPUTMESSAGE (MSG.1)
0001:0000 _devhdr
0001:001E _DevHlp
0001:0022 _opencount
0001:0024 _savepid
0001:0026 _appl_buffer
0001:002A _err
0001:002C _ReadID
0001:0030 _num_rupts
0001:0032 _appl_ptr
0001:0036 _CrLf
0001:003A _InitMessage1
0001:004E _InitMessage2
0001:0062 _FailMessage
0001:0080 _temp_char
0001:0082 _input_char
0001:0083 _input_mask
0001:0084 _output_char
0001:0086 _lock_seg_han
0001:008A _ptr
0002:0000 __acrtused
0002:0000 _STRATEGY
0002:000C _TIMER_HANDLER
0002:0016 _main
0002:02B4 _timr_handler
0002:02EE _Init
0002:03D8 ABORT
0002:03DE BLOCK
0002:041C GETDOSVAR
0002:0446 LOCKSEG
0002:0476 SEGLIMIT
0002:0498 PHYSTOVIRT
0002:04CE RUN
0002:04E2 SETTIMER
0002:04FE UNLOCKSEG
0002:051C VERIFYACCESS
0002:0544 MOVEBYTES


  3 Responses to “Category : OS/2 Files
Archive   : DD_IN_C.ZIP
Filename : DIGIO.MAP

  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.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/