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  1. #11
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    Cool

    I remember finally figuring out how to run my mothers computer using msdos right after windows 95 came out. It was like I had control for once. Later I took a class that taught us a lot of DOS. Now I hope to learn how to use linux/unix in the same way. By the way what are script kiddies?
    Wine maketh merry: but money answereth all things.
    --Ecclesiastes 10:19

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    Does DOS/Windows come with a built in compiler in any language?
    Where can I get one?
    I don't think mine has qbasic and a batch tutorial would be wonderful.

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    cool stuff man
    All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream.
    <=Edgar Allan Poe=>

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    Post copy1 and copyall ?

    Hm, sorry to bother you with this, Ennis, but could it be you forgot to explain what you mean by COPY1 and COPYALL ?
    right arrow,
    F3 ?

    djeez, I could be wrong too, but i guess it should be done like that, no?

    Hm,

    Grtz,

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    Post for Owen76

    Yes. The DOS "compiler", command interpreter, is debug.exe. Very usefull if one want's to hack copy-protections, although I would suggest SoftIce for that use. debug.exe can be found at the %systemroot% of your DOS-install. It can be used to directly execute ASM instructions, as well can you trace code, take hex-dumps from RAM & ROM, etc.

    It is a very usefull and powerfull tool, if you know how to use it.

    In the hope of having shone a bit of clarity on this subject,

    Grtz,

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    DOS! AHH! The horror :P

    Well I think DOS served its purpose as a security hole ROFL.. j/k
    I think that DOS was cool for gaming way back when there was nothing for Windows.. I don't know I just wanted to put my 2 cents in..

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    Re: very nice...

    Originally posted by intruder
    hey ennis great job man...i really learned..something out of it thanks...
    but ennis one suggetion to u..
    i will be very greatful to u if u post one tutorial in detail about batch file programming.

    thanks
    intruder...
    Ill get working on it, but Im not gonna be around here for a while. Im working on my new site with a friend and Ive got BIG exams coming up.
    Ill be checking in for a while but I aint gonna be living here like I used to.

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    Exclamation

    Good Job .It was a great help.


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    One of the things with scripts and stuff is that anything a aprogram can do, can be done manually, in most cases that is. Excluding call functions and what not.
    YOU\'RE JUST JEALOUS CUZ THE VOICES ARE TALKING TO ME!

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    DOS whas great, but then again Gates didn't write it (thank God).
    If Paterson would have sold it to IBM instead of Microsoft he would have been filthy rich.

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