Hey, How do you use the floating point co-processor. I have searched the net, and found almost nothing except a little info on data types and the intel opcodes, '24319101.PDF' file documents all the instructions but doesn't really help me. I kinda understand you have to use a finit instruction first (yeah, i have a long way to go), but i don't understand the concepts of the floating point stack or control words etc, well enough and i dont really want to try and guess my way through. Thanks aye
Posted on 2000-12-05 16:54:00 by ...rugby...
This may help... http://www.ice-digga.com/programming/vul-1.html
Posted on 2000-12-05 17:10:00 by moxy
Definetely want to check this out. http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/Page_asm/ArtofAssembly/ArtofAsm.html
Posted on 2000-12-05 17:45:00 by martin
i don't think that finit is necessary, i never use it
Posted on 2000-12-06 04:04:00 by (scalp)
finit is technically necassart but sometimes will work without it. I forget exactly why you use it, but it's good practice. It has something to do with the co-ordination with other CPU features which use the FPU registers like MMX. So do use that, I mean it's only an extra 5 letters to type anyhow? - Ben P.S. To those that posted links: Thanks for the links!
Posted on 2000-12-08 00:59:00 by cyberben