PC Intern: The Encyclopedia of System Programming
by Michael Tischer , Bruno Jennrich
Clearly describes the aspects of programming under all versions of DOS and Windows 95, with many practical examples written in assembly language, C++, Pascal and Virtual Basic. Chapters cover topics such as Win95 Virtual Memory and common controls; writing DLLS; understanding the Win95 shell; using OLE; the Win95 Registry; memory organization on the PC; using extended and expanded memory; and programming techniques for CD-ROM drives, Sound Blaster, interrupt controller, graphic and video cards, and the real time clock. The CD-ROM contains source code, program files, and Adobe Acrobat Reader 2.0.