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    Default Assembly Language Programming Thread

    Thread about Assembly language programming, 16 bit, 32 bit, 64 bit, processors anything related to
    low level programming. pwede nyu rin pong i post yung mga questions nyu sa school regarding this subject
    para tulong tulong po tayu magsolve. I hope through this thread we will raise awareness about this not-so-popular
    and dreaded programming language.
    salamat

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    Default Re: Assembly Language Programming Thread

    sir may code po ba kayo ng asm
    and project kasi namin
    mag iinput ng 2 numbers tapos mag eenter ka ng choice
    a. Greater
    b. Less
    c. Or
    d. And
    e. Not
    tapos i didisplay nia yung answer
    then after nun repeat yung program
    Do you want to continue (y/n)?

    baka may code po kayo..

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    Default Re: Assembly Language Programming Thread

    16 bit ba ito? 32 bit or 64 bit? anong assembler gagamitin? at anong platform?
    Last edited by soapboy; 24th Dec 2015 at 00:56.

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    Default Re: Assembly Language Programming Thread

    pwede po pa help kung pano mkpag display ng image na may color? 32bit using Tasm and Tlink sa windows 7

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    Default Re: Assembly Language Programming Thread

    you should read about using how to use Windows Application Programming Interface (API) sa TASM32/TLINK32, kung 32bit yan definitely gagamit ka ng native API ng windows. tinuruan ba kayo panu magdisplay ng simpleng window using tasm32?kasi kung hinde, you must be familiar with how windows do this "under the hood" kasi kung magdidisplay ka ng picture you cannot simply just call a function like a high level language, i setup mo pa yung memory, yung pag load ng image ung pag map, then di lang yun kelangan mo pang i handle yung mga events na sinesend sa window na yun ng OS.

    Tsaka kung wala namang sinabing choice ng image mas madali kung bitmap yung i display mo na image, hinde kasi naka compressed, raw format kumbaga.

    ang pinaka madali nakita ko nyan is using only LoadBitMap at CreatePatternBrush na API, pero syempre dun pa din yung pag setup mo ng basic Window at messageloop, ang catch lang eh MASM yung assembler na ginamit pero syntax lang nagkaiba jan yung pag gamit ng API at steps na ginawa is the same.
    Goodluck sa debugging.

    eto yung link
    http://win32assembly.programminghori.../files/bmp.zip

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    Default Re: Assembly Language Programming Thread

    VGA based graphics mode screens are not allowed in windows Vista onwards so you need to emulate your output(DOSbox is an option).

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    Default Re: Assembly Language Programming Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by jellyx View Post
    VGA based graphics mode screens are not allowed in windows Vista onwards so you need to emulate your output(DOSbox is an option).
    yun nga e, pero 32 bit daw e, kung VGA based yun 16 bit or 8 bit,tama ba? sya lang nakakaalam kung anong gusto nyang mangyari

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    mga sir baka alam nyo po code sa TASM 8086 16 bits ung pqg mag to iinput ka ng mix of upper and lower characters ung mga LOWER char. lqng ididisplay nya. salamat po sa mga magrereply

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    Default Re: Assembly Language Programming Thread

    Mga sir, paano po ba mag call ng another asm file sa isang asm file.
    Parang ganto po.

    Main Menu
    1. Calculator
    2. Color Routine

    tas pag nag input ng 2, mag oopen yung asm file para sa color routine

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    Default Re: Assembly Language Programming Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Verceeeeel View Post
    Mga sir, paano po ba mag call ng another asm file sa isang asm file.
    Parang ganto po.

    Main Menu
    1. Calculator
    2. Color Routine

    tas pag nag input ng 2, mag oopen yung asm file para sa color routine

    gamit ka ng JMP JE JZ

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