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Luc Pattyn27-Jan-08 12:47
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Hi,


you can write most of an operating system in a high-level language (C, C++, Pascal, whatever).
Having pointers and not relying on a virtual machine (as in Java and .NET) makes it easier.
I did a couple of OSses in C, for different microprocessors.
The only thing you will need assembly code for, is the actual task switch code, where
you unload the CPU state for one task/process and load the next.


you can read an image file in any language you choose; all it takes is reading the file
as binary data, and interpreting its content. I wrote C# image viewers for most of the popular
image file formats.

Smile | :)

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