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'[OT]Microsoft 8086 C syntax question'
2000\03\03@153325 by WF

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Is your C for 80166 FREE?

Miguel

----- Original Message -----
From: Andrew Kunz <spam_OUTakunzTakeThisOuTspamTDIPOWER.COM>
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Sent: Friday, March 03, 2000 5:13 PM
Subject: Microsoft 8086 C syntax question


> Here's one for the C gurus:
>
> I need to cause my 80186 C application to jump to a specific address which
is
> calculated at runtime.
>
> I have the destination address stored in
>
> void FAR *hw_vector1;
>
> I have a function mapaddr() which converts a flat address into
segment:offset
> format, so at one point I have the code
>
> hw_vector1 = (void FAR *)mapaddr (flataddress);
>
> How do I get the compiler (or inline assembler) to cause the app to jump
to that
> address?  (A jmp would be preferable to a call).
>
> Something like
>
>      hw_vector1 ();
>
> Thanks.
>
> Andy

2000\03\03@153743 by Andrew Kunz

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>Is your C for 80166 FREE?
>
>Miguel

No, not free.  It's MSVC 1.52, the last of it's breed.  It's what the project I
inherited is using.

Andy

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