anyone know about interrupt 13h extensions?

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    lol - biosdisk.h - that sounds like ti would have something to do with assembler. Unless it gets into some really in depth C stuff, it should still compile under C++ syntax shouldn't it? I mean I know it would be object-oriented, but it would still work, wouldn't it?

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    biosdisk.h would work ... just go into 'C' mode for that ...

    i think. ima dos coder, know nuthin of windows coding in c.

    vb i know and it dont get close to biosdisk.h

    hehehahahaheh
    someone once told me i could make money at this ...

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    Speaking of programming for Windows in C, does anyone know any tutorials on windows.h (comes with C++ compilers, but it's written in C), because OWL - I just don't like its style, and I'm looking at switching to plain C - it's closer to the system, and I don't use OOP a whole lot.

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