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I am creating an editor in C.I want to know how show the cursor position.I think we can get it from calling the interrupt value.Please Explain with the Interrupt value
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Hi pamboo;

INT 10h, AH=03h  will get the current cursor position on IBM PCs

before the call:
BH = display page

after the call:
CH = starting line for cursor
CL = ending line for cursor
DH = row
DL = col              

Matt
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thank u.
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Your welcome, let me know if you need any more help.

Matt
( mlynch@raptor.lethbridgec.ab.ca )
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