Byte (March 1986)
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Vol. 11, issue 3.
powerful array of well documented productivity tools, library routines and features. Optimized C compiler Symbolic Debugger LN86 Overlay Linker AS86 Macro Assembler 80186/80286 Support Librarian Profiler 8087/80287 Sensing Lib DOS, Screen, & Graphics Lib Extensive UNIX Library Large Memory Model Intel Object Option CP/M-86 Library -c Z (1'1) Source Editor -c INTEL HEX Utility -c ROM Support Package -c Library Source Code -c Mixed memory models -c MAKE, DlFF, and GREP -c Source Debugger -c CP/M-86
from the start that he is providing more than just PC programming knowledge. He is trying to impart concepts about PC programming. Norton also concerns himself with the philosophy of programming the Pc. He laces the book with explanations about the design concepts that permeate the entire IBM PC line. Due to Norton's wealth of experience working with PCs, this information is synthesized so that it is more useful than the usual dry engineering discussion that you often get in books of this kind.
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was first developed for use on the UNIX operating system; however. C is now widely accepted in the personal computer arena, and it is no longer just the godchild of UNIX developers. There is now enough interest and investment in C to develop an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard for C The process is currently underway and entrusted to the X 3J II Standardization Committee. WHY DEVELOP A STANDARD? A description of the standard proposed in the X3 III committee's Information