can anyone rewrite this using 32 bit registers?

Num dw 001h, 3880h
mov dx, num
mov ax, num+2
mov bx,8
idiv bx

Thanks in advance :)
Posted on 2011-11-16 15:56:20 by Legend
Yep.  A lot of people here can.

Read This Wikipedia Article and try it yourself.  Then show us you can too...
Posted on 2011-11-16 17:17:38 by p1ranha
i have  finals starting in 2 days, and will continue till end of next i dont have time to read that wiki page, i mad a mistake by taking this class as a elective, i cant seem to understand any thing in this class, if no one can help me then its alright

one of my class mate is charging $50 to do the take home exam for this class which has 7 questions
Posted on 2011-11-16 19:10:17 by Legend
Then I guess you will fail.  You don't have 5 minutes to read/skim over that page?  Put some effort into it and you will be rewarded.

You could try googleing "what is a 32 bit register"  I found a page called "The Intel 32-bit Register Set" within the top 6 results it is super short and you could find out what the 32 bit registers are then get back to cheating life :)

Oh and yes, people here can help, but you have to put some effort into it first.
Posted on 2011-11-16 19:17:02 by Gunner
ok ill try that, i actually am great at programming but not in assembly, i hate it so much that my brain doesnt want to even hear its name lolz but im gonna try thanks anyways
Posted on 2011-11-16 19:21:58 by Legend
You can't be great at programming if you don't know (any) assembly. :shock:
Posted on 2011-11-17 11:43:43 by drizz
well i meant to say in C++, i have never needed any help, its a very simple programming language
Posted on 2011-11-17 13:19:28 by Legend