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# Wheres my Burmuda Triangle Gone?

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## Wheres my Burmuda Triangle Gone?

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I put answer t0 div pr0blem and again it disappeared.

i will replace 'o' with zer0s t0 see if that w0rks.

with the div c0mmand dx is the high 0rder 0f ax. dx:ax f0rms a 32bit number. meaning that y0u can divide values greater than ax. the 0perati0n results ax h0lding the qu0tient (div) and dx the divis0r (m0d).
my example will use 'div bx'

dx=01h,ax=01h,bx=01h will cause an 0verfl0w because the results 0f 010001h divided by 01h cann0t fit int0 ax.

32bit m0de uses edx,eax and ebx where edx:eax makes a 64bit number.

is this the answer y0u are l00king f0r?
h0w many 0s did i miss?

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### RE: Wheres my Burmuda Triangle Gone?

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ta'dar!!!!

"People who have nothing to say, say it too loud and have little knowledge. It's the quiet ones you need to worry about!"

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