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Function 25h Set Interrupt Vector

Sets the address of the code DOS is to perform each time the specified

interrupt is invoked.

entry AH 25h

AL int number to reassign the handler to

DS:DX address of new interrupt vector

return none

note 1) Registers are unchanged.

2) No error codes are returned.

3) The interrupt vector table for the interrupt number specified in AL

is set to the address contained in DS:DX. Use function 35h (Get Vector)

to get the contents of the interrupt vector and save it for later use.

4) When you use function 25 to set an interrupt vector, DOS 3.2 doesn't

point the actual interrupt vector to what you requested. Instead, it

sets the interrupt vector to point to a routine inside DOS, which does

this:

1. Save old stack pointer

2. Switch to new stack pointer allocated from DOS's stack pool

3. Call your routine

4. Restore old stack pointer

The purpose for this was to avoid possible stack overflows when there

are a large number of active interrupts. IBM was concerned (this was an

IBM change, not Microsoft) that on a Token Ring network there would be

a lot of interrupts going on, and applications that hadn't allocated

very much stack space would get clobbered.




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