How does the OS handle High-Level Exceptions?
Im starting out with my first question:
How do Operating Systems handle Highlevel-Interrupts.
I think that's it what people call a "software interrupt" - but that's all I know.
I want to get some in-depth knowledge about this.
I'll be grateful for any good explanation and links discussing this issue.
If there are to made basic separation between Unix-like systems and Windows systems, please specify them (separately).
Re: How does the OS handle High-Level Exceptions?
You should study the C windows(linux) OS functions, they will help you a bit ...
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