Writing MS-Dos Device Drivers
||Author: Robert S. Lai, Waite Group. The|
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Pub Co (31 May, 1992)
Sales Rank: 173,413
Average Customer Rating: 3 out of 5
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It is for beginers
This book just for beginers. Also, there is lot of assembly example instead of C language.
Rating: 5 out of 5
Best... And Last Book on This Topic
If you are even reading this review, it is probably because you, for one reason or another, need to write an MS-DOS device driver. I was in the same boat, and this book saved me.
I could not have done it without it. So little material remains about DOS device drivers.
This book provides detailed information on writting both character and block device drivers. Many examples are provided as this book guides you toward the development of more complex drivers.
Most of this book assumes that your are knowledgable in Assembly Language programming. However, the most useful section for me was a framework for developing device drivers in C.
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