ANSI C function for inp(), outp(), inp(), inpw()

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    ANSI C function for inp(), outp(), inp(), inpw()

    Any alternative ANSI C function for inp(), outp(), inp(), inpw() ?
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    No, none. That's because each OS has it's own style of communicating to devices. For instance, OS's like DOS allow you to talk to other ports straihgt with the use of interrupts and DOS functions, while OS's like UNIX need you to talk to these posrts through files, which inturn represent the port. Thus, read(), write() might just work in UNIX and may not at all work in DOS.

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