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Full DOS interrupt map wanted

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Does anyone have a full dos interrupt map, along with usages, as I have been an idiot and lost mine.
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This is the first site I checked for the info requested, after having posted this q. However, this account is far too in-depth, I am only after the the IRQ's to do with disk access. Hopefully you can still help, I will pay points very dearly for a successful answer.
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Pweeeeeese?
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 Actually, all the information you want is at that site - especially because you're just after a subset of what it has.
  There is a 'Search' option available - use it to search through the interrupts with a keyword like 'disk' ... then it will simply list these IRQ's like IRQ 14, for example.
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I think we have our wires crossed here, I am after a software interrupt map (int 21 - mainly) for use in a C program.
Sorry for all the trouble
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 I think there is some confusion - first you asked for an IRQ list, then you said you were just interested in disk interrupts, and now I'm not quite sure what you're after ... perhaps you could rephrase the question?  Thanks.
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Never mind, I'm sorry, I have solved my first problem.
But here's the next, totally new question.
Microsoft Visual C++ Ver. 1.00 (that I have) does not accept either inline assembly programming, or the AT&T keyword 'asm'.
How do I solve this problem?
Cheers
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