it is something different between the win32asm and the dos asm programming.
So where to get the tutorials for the dos asm programming.
And the foundation for it.
Thank u!:confused:
Posted on 2002-03-14 23:28:55 by cityren
In fact, assembly stills assembly...
In dos mode, AFAIK you can only use 16 bits registers, or 32 if you use a Dos extender...

Interaction with the system, files etc, is available from BIOS or DOS interuptions (think of it as APIs...).

I think you can find a good interuption list by googling...

Cya !
Posted on 2002-03-15 01:00:45 by JCP
You also have to deal with memory segmants. Have a look at "The Art Of Assembly Language". If you want to use MASM to produce DOS executables I think you need an old version of the linker.
Posted on 2002-03-15 05:24:18 by Quantum
yeah i learned myself . you do need the old linker or the programs you make have the potention of f***ing up your files like mines did. for my dos programs i just use debug now.
Posted on 2002-03-15 14:13:35 by Guy on Drugs
If you are truly interested in DOS assembler programming, look up the name Randall Hyde and his work, Art Of Assembler in google or similar.

It is a very well written set of tutorials by a professional teacher who has been teaching assembler to his students for many years.


Posted on 2002-03-15 18:24:20 by hutch--