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run time libraries

Posted on 1998-10-27
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do run time libraries work to execute a MS-DOS program?

Anybody know how can I generate a fast signal
(80microseg.) through LPT, doing "outp" ?
Or if there is any other way to do that?

Thnks in advance,
I am a beginner.
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I don't know about the second part of the question, but you can use the spawn in the run time libs to run a program.

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