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Old May 29th 07, 10:14 AM posted to sci.astro.amateur
rajeev
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i want to know about how to make a program in DOS.

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Old May 29th 07, 10:18 AM posted to sci.astro.amateur
Eugene Griessel
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rajeev wrote:

i want to know about how to make a program in DOS.


You dont' make programs in DOS. DOS is an operating system. You make
programs in a programming language and then compile them to run under
DOS.

Eugene L Griessel

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Old May 29th 07, 12:11 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
George Hein
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Eugene Griessel wrote:
rajeev wrote:

i want to know about how to make a program in DOS.


Sky and Tel has some basic programs which you can run in DOS. Years ago
I translated them to REXX for OS/2 and currently run them in Linux on
occasion but these programs have been superseeded by far superior ones
such as XEPHEM which is free for simple, inexpensive for full, package.
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Old May 29th 07, 05:10 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
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On Tue, 29 May 2007 09:18:35 GMT, Eugene Griessel wrote:

rajeev wrote:

i want to know about how to make a program in DOS.


You dont' make programs in DOS. DOS is an operating system. You make
programs in a programming language and then compile them to run under
DOS.

Eugene L Griessel

History is only a confused heap of facts.
- G.K. Chesterton


Um, no.

Batch.

Assuming that the two previous posters both mean MS-DOS or any of the
functional equivalents...

And then there is always Steve Ciarcia's POV ("My favourite programming
language is solder").
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Old May 29th 07, 07:40 PM posted to sci.astro.amateur
Andrew Smallshaw
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On 2007-05-29, rajeev wrote:
i want to know about how to make a program in DOS.


Well to keep it in DOS use the debug command for that. You'll also
need a good guide to the available interrupts - ISTR the best one
was from Ralf Brown but that is going back quite a while.

That's probably not the solution for you though. Look into the
various HLLs that are available - C, Basic, Pascal etc. Some
versions of DOS included a Basic interpreter which excitingly may
or may not be compatible with the interpreter found on other versions
of DOS.

What does this have to do with astronomy? You'll be a lot better
off asking in a relevant group.

--
Andrew Smallshaw

 




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