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#include <dpmi.h> int __dpmi_terminate_and_stay_resident(int return_code, int paragraphs_to_keep);
Please refer to the DPMI Specification (see section DPMI Specification) for details on DPMI function call operation. Also see the DPMI Overview (see section DPMI Overview) for general information.
DPMI function AX = 0x0c01 (DPMI 1.0 only). Not supported by CWSDPMI and Windows.
This function terminates the calling program, but leaves it resident in memory. return_code specifies which value to return to the OS. paragraphs_to_keep specifies the number of paragraphs of DOS (conventional) memory to keep; it should be either zero or 6 or more. Note that any protected-mode memory remains allocated to the program unless explicitly freed before calling this function.
The calling program must call the function
__dpmi_install_resident_service_provider_callback before this
one, otherwise it will be terminated instead of going TSR.
See section __dpmi_install_resident_service_provider_callback.
This call does not return.
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