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Help with C switch?

Help with C switch?

Help with C switch?

(OP)
I'm trying to program this C program into assembly can anyone help please! This is a confusing language to learn.
while (A[i+1] != -1{
       switch (k) {
           case 2:   if ( A >=  A[i+1] )      
                               temp = A ;
                                A = A[i+1] ;
                                A[i+1] = temp;  }
                                break;
                                
            case 3:   if ( A <=  A[i+1] )      
                               temp = A ;
                                A = A[i+1] ;
                                A[i+1] = temp;  }
                                break;
                                
           case 4:   if ( A  !=  A[i+1] )      
                               temp = A ;
                                A = A[i+1] ;
                                A[i+1] = temp;  }
                                
           1++;
           }

RE: Help with C switch?

I suggest you post it again, BUT REMOVE THE 'PROCESS TGML' FLAG!

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

RE: Help with C switch?

Some of the older compilers can write an assembly language file when compiling.  I've use BCC 3.1 to do that in the past, but don't know if any of the Windows-based compilers will.  As well, if you use a debugger, it should show you the assembly language when you step through the code.

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