good day!!!
i don't know where to post my problem...
i'm only newby here....
someone please help me with my problem...
my professor in college gave us a project in assembly language
the output of the project must be like this in DOS

Az
By
Cx
Dw
Ev
Fu
Gt
Hs
Ir
Jq
Kp
Lo
Mn
Nm
Ol
Pk
Qj
Ri
Sh
Tg
Uf
Ve
Wd
Xc
Yb
Za

OUR PROGRAM IS LIKE THIS

TITLE project1.asm
DOSSEG
.Model small
.stack 100h
.data
.code
mov ax@data
mov ds,ax

mov ah,2

(i don't know what to do in this part)

mov ah,4ch
int 21h
END

please help me..

MODE@ if my post is in wrong place pls.. correct me and i'm sorry
Posted on 2010-08-25 03:38:28 by pokesnorlux

Hello, pokesnorlux :)
Have you read the rules for this forum? Requests for homework are not just generally frowned apon, they are explicitly banned under our forum rules.
However, since you have taken the time to attach at least SOME code, I'm not going to be too harsh.
I will move this thread into our Recruitment section, perhaps one of our users will take pity on you and help you to develop the solution (it's a simple problem, with a simple solution).
One thing that may improve your chances of getting some help would be to show the code required to output a character - if you do that, I am confident that your post will receive positive feedback.

Have a nice day :)
Posted on 2010-08-25 06:07:12 by Homer
Couple of hints:

Find some code to display one character, make it the character "A".

Count the letters of the alphabet - this will give you the amount of times you need to loop the code which displays your character "A".

Examine the ASCII chart and see if you can find a pattern starting at "A" and going to "Z".

Apply that knowledge to your loop.

You will be displaying :

A
B
.
.
Y
Z

in no time.

This isn't rocket science - invest 15 minutes and come back.

Cheers,
Posted on 2010-08-25 09:36:40 by JimmyClif