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(OP)
hello, I am dying to know how to do this.Can some help me translate this c++ loop into assemly, please.


----- C++ ----------------
int abc[9];
for(int count=0;count<8;count++)
{
  abc[count]=911; initialize each element to 911
}

for(count=0;count<8;count++)
{
  cout<<abc[count]<<endl; \\now to access array and print
}

Can someone be kind enough and translate this
tiny code snipplet? thabbks

RE: Need help with this translation

What OS?  Presumably DOS, but what?


.MODEL SMALL

.DATA
abc     dw 9 dup (?)


.CODE
start:
        mov     si,0
loop1:
        mov     abc[si],911
        add      si,2
        cmp     si,18
        jb      loop1

;As for the second loop....
;Well, first you need to know how to output a number
;I'm pretty sure you can figure that out









;You can't??









;Okay: First, convert the number to a string.
;THEN output the string, using the OS function
;of your choice.  In a loop  of course, you're
;doing an array!












;So how do you convert a number to a string?
;Well... you can always try to find out...
;

END start

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RE: Need help with this translation

(OP)
Marvelous, you gave me exactly what I wanted to know.
Thanks AmkG

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