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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 2/5
Section - - What's the format of an .EXE header?

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 See PC Magazine 30 June 1992 (XI: 12) pages 349-350 for the old and new
 formats. For a more detailed layout, look under INT 21 AH=4B in Ralf
 Brown's interrupt list <Q:02.03> [What and where is Ralf Brown's
 interrupt list?] That list includes extensions for Borland's TLINK and
 Borland debugger info.

 Among the books that detail formats of executable files are {DOS
 Programmer's Reference: 2d Edition} by Terry Dettman and Jim Kyle, ISBN
 0-88022-458-4; and {Microsoft MS-DOS Programmer's Reference}, ISBN
 1-55615-329-5.

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