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i am doing a RTOS evaluation test for windows NT and the test must include a program which measures the interrupt dispatch latency and interrupt latency. The problem now is that i dun know how to write ISR using Visual C++. Can anyone teach me how to write an ISR using C++. any library functions that i can use. Please help, my deadline is running short.Thank U
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Writing ISR using Visual C++ and the operating system used is Windows NT. The program is used to measure interrupt latency and can anyone kindly give me a hand
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You'll need the Windows NT DDK.  You can download it free from the Microsoft web site.  There are several sample drivers there but the documentation is scarce.  For Windows NT, I'd suggest you get a copy of Art Baker's book, "Windows NT Device Driver Book" published by PTR.
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