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mhb
MissAshe ?
Which one, eh?
MissAshe
Nah
MrAshe
Ashe Nickname is already in use.
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MrAshe Nickname is already in use.
I had to choose random crap ;)
mhb
Ah :_(
Give me your sister's msn address.
Leona_K
Hi
dbtid
hi
D347H
can someone help me out a bit with int 13h subfunction 18h
i keep receiving 0Ch in the AH register
i'm guessing it might be the value for tracks and sectors per track i'm putting into cl and ch respectively..
it's just to read the drive parameter table for a 1.44mb 3.5" floppy drive
well.. to set the table i guess
ah the sector number is 1 based but the track number is 0 based..
....
wait that makes no difference..
ah nvm.. i'll just try different things.
e7
good morning ladies and gents
khy
Morning e7.
         

AirFire
hello
please halp me
*help
fedex_
With?
AirFire
i need to print to console
the value stored in bx register
how can i do that?
could be more than 1 char: 10, 100, etc.
Chiu_Lee
you could use dos interrupt (probably the easiest for you
)
AirFire
can u give an example code?
or something
i'm a newbie
Chiu_Lee
hm... I'll have to look up the interrupt list since it's been some years from my last dos interrupt encounter
please, no pm
AirFire
ok ok
sorry
Chiu_Lee
google for ralf browns interrupt list and look through the functions if there is somethign that might help you. if not, you are stuck to writing a simple routine of mod 10, div 10 to find the last digit and print it out (i suggest writing directly to video memory and not use interrupts in this case (speed mainly)
)
neonfreon
valgrind is pretty much the best thing ever
EwIck
I thought the best thing ever was being rich taking drugs and being famous
neonfreon
hm
dbtid
moron
neonfreon
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Fire_ZeroOne
c-bot dynamic array
c-bot
Fire_ZeroOne, the magic 8 ball says... I do not know.
Fire_ZeroOne
c-bot array
c-bot
Fire_ZeroOne, : Arrays create single or multidimensional matrices. int x[5]; Defines 5 integers starting at x[0], and ending at x[4]. Their values are undefined. char s[]="abc"; Dimensions the array to 4 (just long enough to hold the string plus a null character), and stores the string in the array. int y[3]={4}; Sets the value of y[0] to 4 and y[1] and y[2] to 0.
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