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Part: V Appendixes > STACKS= 3.2 and later—Internal

STACKS= 3.2 and later—Internal

Whenever a device needs the computer's attention, it generates an interrupt. Before switching to the appropriate interrupt service routine, DOS stores the information it needs to resume the interrupted task in an area called a stack. You can use the STACKS= command to determine how many stacks DOS sets aside for this purpose and how big each stack is. You can use STACKS= only in your CONFIG.SYS file.


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