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Getintvec anf setintvec pascal function equivalent in Visual C/C++

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Hi!.
   which are the getintvec() and setintvec() Turbo pascal functions equivalents in Visual C/C++ ??
Thanks Again.
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by:omsec
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Since Visual C++ is for Windows, i'm not exactly sure if they do same, but in TP/BP are functions

GetIntVec
ans
SetIntVec
in Unit DOS or WinDOS
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by:nowait
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thanks omsec.

           but your answer is unsatistactory,... because i need the fuctions for VC5.0
and not in pascal use.

thanks again, bye!!
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by:FuzzyLogic
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If you would like, I can give you the __asm statement for it.
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If you would like, I can give you the __asm statement for it.
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You can not access int vectro under Win32 .... to do that You have to write Win32 driver... that runs in kernel mode....
nobody can give you answer :) what do You want to do with it under Win32???
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by:ichen
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You can Change an interrupt Table by playing with API...
and you need some ASM CODE(maybe!)
get it from fuzzylogic!
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ichen... yes You can try to fing some holes (not in api) in kernel functions... (like old GetAtom bug used in GetAdmin exploit) but such a "features" are ususally fixed as soon as you can fint it :)
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reject my answer please.... it was comment !!!
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by:Bonev
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What is the idea behind that question, nowait?
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