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Using Debug For Qb 'JMP,JNZ,JA...'

Using Debug For Qb 'JMP,JNZ,JA...'

Using Debug For Qb 'JMP,JNZ,JA...'

Hi there. Don't ask me why, I am using debug to create some asm codes for qb4.5. But when I code an example it works fine. But when I try to make my own loops or jumps and translate it to the basic it gives an ms dos sub system error. I realized that, adding any conditional/unconditional jumps makes the code crash. So, I went on realized that if you want to jump TO 122 from 100, you don't type : JMP 122, you must use relative adres to jump. Using 'JA FAR CX' doesn't crash, but at last I gave up. Please Somebody tell me, how to correct jump ?

PS: Qb combination Of Code is clearly perfect, The problem is at 'JMP' I am sure.

PS: when I Type The Command 'T' In debug (TRACE), Same error appers, 'MS DOS SUBSYTSEM ERROR: CS:XXXX IP:XXXX e.t.c.'

I am Using a Win Xp Home Edition
I have a P IV 3.06 CPU with HyperThreading Enabled

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