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Question by munna
Submitted on 4/5/2007
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Question:

Write a TSR program that will act like a simple screen saver. Once invoked after 10 seconds of the invocation of your program, it will display your name; name will remained on screen until the B key is pressed. Once the B is pressed the previous screen will restored.


Hint:

Use Timer interrupt (0x08H)
Intercept Keyboard interrupt (0x09H)
Use video text memory address 0xB000000H

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