Warning: Blatant advertisements follow Tired of wearing out printer ribbons getting a hardcopy of the interrupt list? Want the list split up by subject and thoroughly indexed? Try PCIBM PC Interrupts: A Programmer's Reference to BIOS(Basic Input/Output System) A set of standardized calls giving low-level access to the hardware. The BIOS is the lowest software layer above the actual hardware and serves to insulate programs (and operating systems) which use it from the details of accessing the hardware directly., DOS, and Third-Party Calls (second edition) Ralf Brown and Jim Kyle 1210 pages Addison-Wesley ISBN 0-201-62485-0 $39.95 Corresponds to the non-networking portions of INTER36 with a few of the additions from INTER37. The companion book Network Interrupts corresponds to the networking portions of INTER37 with a few of the additions from INTER38. Network Interrupts: A Programmer's Reference to Network APIs Ralf Brown and Jim Kyle 730 pages Addison-Wesley 1994 ISBN 0-201-6644-6 $29.95 Now (December 1994) available: Uninterrupted Interrupts: A Programmer's CD-ROM Reference to Network APIs, and to the BIOS(Basic Input/Output System) A set of standardized calls giving low-level access to the hardware. The BIOS is the lowest software layer above the actual hardware and serves to insulate programs (and operating systems) which use it from the details of accessing the hardware directly., DOS, and Third-Party Calls Ralf Brown and Jim Kyle Addison-Wesley ISBN 0-201-40966-6 $49.95 CD-ROM containing the full text of both PCIBM PC Interrupts (2nd ed) and Network Interrupts, updated to include information added through INTER42. ------- PCIBM PC Interrupts is now available in Chinese. I don't know the exact title (and couldn't reproduce it here), but it is a three-volume set which appears to be a straight translation of the Interrupt List, circa INTER26. ISBN 957-652-272-2 (INT 00h-1Fh) 516 pages, NT$ 300 ISBN 957-652-271-4 (INT 20h-30h) 704 pages, NT$ 400 ISBN 957-652-261-7 (INT 31h-FFh) 488 pages, NT$ 280 Also available in Russian.... ISBN 5-03-002989-3 (vol. 1) ISBN 5-03-002990-7 (vol. 2) The Russian version is a translation of the first edition. ------- Undocumented DOS: A Programmer's Guide to Reserved MS-DOS Functions and Data Structures (second edition) Andrew Schulman, Ralf Brown, David Maxey, Raymond J. Michels, and Jim Kyle 880 pages, 7-3/8" x 9-1/8" Addison-Wesley ISBN 0-201-63287-X $44.95 (book and 1.44M disk) Includes a repackaged version of INTER36, script-based interrupt monitoring utility, source for a sample network redirector, discussions of TSRs/multitasking/networks/installable file systems/debugging, lots of examples, etc. Jolt Productivity Award winner, 1991 (first edition) ------- Undocumented DOS (first edition) is now also available in Chinese. ISBN 7-302-01071-4. ------- WindowBook, Inc., the folks who prepared the hypertext version for Undocumented DOS, first edition, is tracking my releases of the interrupt list, and offering the WindowBook version for $39.95 ($19.95 for updates). You can reach them at 800-524-0380 or 617-661-9515. Note that I have no financial interest whatsoever in WindowBook's offering, I'm just letting people know of value-added versions of the list. Window Book, Inc. 61 Howard Street Cambridge, MA 02139 ------- The following books may also be of interest: DOS Internals Geoff Chappell 740 pages + 1.44M disk, $39.95 Addison-Wesley ISBN 0-201-60835-9 The Undocumented PCIBM PC: A Programmer's Guide to I/O, CPUs, and Fixed Memory Areas Frank van Gilluwe 916 pages + 1.44M disk, $44.95 Addison-Wesley ISBN 0-201-62277-7 Again, I have no financial interest in the above (though I have met both authors).