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Display Numbers

Display Numbers

Display Numbers

Hi everyone, I have a simple but *very* important question.

  My problem is that I can manipulate my data to get the number i need, but how do display this *on screen*?

  Since only character data may be displayed onscreen im wonder what the simplest way is (for a lamen) to display nums upto 50000.

  Any help is greatly appreciated,


RE: Display Numbers

Ps.  Im using TASM, and i need to sum numbers and display them onscreen.

RE: Display Numbers

Convert the integer to a series of characters that represent the data.  I'm currently thinking of building a FAQ on how to do integer-to-string and vice versa.

Try looking also at the hexadecimal-to-decimal thread.  It contains code to do that.  'Course it's only for 16-bit ints, but I'm pretty sure you're smart enough to extend that.

"Information has a tendency to be free.  Which means someone will always tell you something you don't want to know."

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