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I need help on input output on 8088 systems

I need help on input output on 8088 systems

I need help on input output on 8088 systems

I am currently in an assembly class at school, its my first time using assembly...
the professor assigned a program that is suppose to allow a user to enter his first name, then his last name and then print out "Hello, 'first name' 'last name'" The problem that im having is that i dont understand how to get the first and last names to print out, (heck i cant even get the user to be able to type anything in) ive figured out how to enter strings so the program spits them out but beyond that im lost. if someone could please help me it would be greatly appreciated.

RE: I need help on input output on 8088 systems

You have to work with DOS or BIOS interrupts. Google to "Ralph Brown's Interrupt List" and check interrupts 10h and 21h.

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