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TSR COM port checker

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How to write TSR program that checks COM port and everything ,that comes to port, writes in ascii file?
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There are some examples for that in SWAG.
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well the command to use to set up your pascal file as a TSR is " keep ".  Then you inside your program you will want to just to write the com port out to a file.  this is most easily done by setting up the com port interrupt and then making a linked list of what is coming through and the destroying the list as you write it out.
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