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comp.os.msdos.programmer FAQ part 4/5
Section - - How can a program tell whether ANSI.SYS is installed?

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Date: 5 Feb 2002 22:03:03 -0400

 In DOS 4.0 and above, call INT 2F AX=1A00. If the value FF is returned
 in AL, ANSI.SYS is installed. For more information, see Ralf Brown's
 interrupt list (<Q:02.03> [What and where is Ralf Brown's interrupt
 list?]).

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