Index of Dos Procedures and Functions (alphabetical)
This index is an alphabetical listing of the procedures and functions in the Dos unit.
To look up Dos routines by functional category, see the.
Func Returns the total size, in bytes, of specified disk
Func Returns the exit code of a subprocess.
Func Returns the DOS version number.
Func Returns the number of strings contained in the Dos
Func Returns a specified environment string.
Proc Executes a specified program with a specified command
Func Expands a file name into a fully-qualified file name.
Proc Searches the specified directory for the matching
Proc Searches for another FindFirst file.
Func Searches for a file.
Func Splits a file name into its three components.
Proc Returns the state of Ctrl-Break checking in DOS.
Proc Returns the current date set in the operating system.
Func Returns the value of a specified environment variable.
Proc Returns the attributes of a file.
Proc Returns the date and time a file was last written.
Proc Returns the address stored in a specified interrupt
Proc Returns the current time set in the operating system.
Proc Returns the state of the verify flag in DOS.
Proc Executes a specified software interrupt.
Proc Keep (or Terminate Stay Resident) terminates the
program and makes it stay in memory.
Proc Executes a DOS function call.
Proc Converts a TDateTime record.
Proc Sets the state of Ctrl-Break checking in DOS.
Proc Sets the current date in the operating system.
Proc Sets the attributes of a file.
Proc Sets the date and time a file was last written.
Proc Sets a specified interrupt vector to a specified
Proc Sets the current time in the operating system.
Proc Sets the state of the verify flag in DOS.
Proc Swaps the SaveIntXX pointers in the System unit with
the current vectors.
Proc Converts a Longint to a record.
These procedures and functions fall into the following functional groups: