Can someone help me through a native OS/2 way to give up time release slices for keyboard I/O in both OS/2 16 and 32 bit programs?
Do you think it is necessary to follow the same procedure in C/C++
work with, say the WatCom or GPP compilers as in the above?
Obviously this a programming issue and I'll take it elsewhere if off
However even OS/2 native programs have the lack of time
slice release protection even as released.
Based on what does or does not show up here I'll expand what I learn
inot the specialty areas. I posted the above into the UseNet C++
group as a more general help request and was told it was totally
and that I ought to find a decent modern compiler other
than WatCom for the only reply which was posted ... sigh.
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