While displaying any output on the screen how do we print each statement on a line. For instance we use 'endl' or '\n' to do so in C++. But how do we implement this in assembly ?
Posted on 2009-10-03 13:25:38 by e-n-i-g-m-a
You have to add a CR LF at the position of your string where you want it.

0Ah, 0Dh or 10,13

:)
Posted on 2009-10-03 14:13:27 by JimmyClif
add how ?

if this how i declare the string :

prompt db 'Enter W or R or E : '

and this is my code to display the string:

mov si,offset prompt
mov cx, 19

again: mov dl,
      mov ah,2
      int 21h
      inc si
      loop again

mov dl,0Dh
int 21h
mov dl, 0Ah
int 21h

mov ah,1
int 21h

I get a new line after the string for this code  and then I enter value 'W,R or E' now after entering that value I once again want a new line  to enter another value.However, that doesn't seem to work.
Posted on 2009-10-03 14:21:17 by e-n-i-g-m-a
First thing: in assembly, you should always zero-terminate your string definitions.


prompt db 'Enter W or R or E : ',0



Second thing: in assembly, you need to write the ascii values for the CR (carriage return = 13) and LF (linefeed = 10) ... Those names are older than me, they refer to old fashioned typewriter machines.
You should put them both, each pair of them is going to move the 'print cursor' down one line, and to the start of that line.


prompt db 'Enter W or R or E : ',13,10,0

Posted on 2009-10-05 02:28:26 by Homer