Hi, I just finished going through tutorials at http://exagone.cjb.net, and briefly skimmed some of the other ones which are available on Iczelion's site. One thing I didn't see was information on how to use floating point numbers and how to perform basic calculations like logarithms, trig functions, etc. Is there a tutorial that I missed which has this information? Thanks for any advice and for the terrific site.
Posted on 2001-06-15 02:48:00 by jammypac
floating point calculation is done by 8087 co-processor basic commands are in www.intel.com (search for 8087, 80287, 80387) 8087 uses 8 stacks all command begins with 'F' FLD(load) FSTP(store) etc..
Posted on 2001-06-15 04:54:00 by luna1611
Download chapter 14 of the Art of assembly Langage, it explains floating instructions. http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/
Posted on 2001-06-15 14:49:00 by karim