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Tricks of the MS-DOS masters
Tricks of the MS-DOS masters
Author: J. Angermeyer, Fahringer
ISBN-13: 9780672225253
ISBN-10: 0672225255
Publication Date: 6/1987
Pages: 542
Edition: 1st ed
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Publisher: H.W. Sams
Book Type: Paperback
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Tricks of the MS-DOS Masters represents the distillation of 25 person years' worth of MS-DOS study. It reveals tips, tricks, techniques, undocumented features, and investigations into the most popular disk operating system in the world. Written for the power user but also useful to programmers, the book reveals many hidden features of the MS-DOS operating system, clears up poorly documented methods , and provides little-known facts and numerous ways to increase the performance of MS-DOS. Topics include:
Batch file magic
Guide to pipes and filters
Tree-structured wizardry
Screen secrets
Debugger secrets
Secrets of add-on software and boards
This is a must-have book. The chapters are organized for easy reference, with special "tricks," "caution," and "information" icons to help locate what you want to know. A detailed table of contents and a comprehensive index round out this practical, time-saving guide that will bring new power to your MS-DOS machine.