Guide to Assembly Language Programming in Linux

By Sivarama P. Dandamudi

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The structure of PutCh is PutCh resource the place s o u r c e should be any general-purpose, 8-bit sign in, or a byte in reminiscence, or a personality worth. a few examples persist with. PutCh PutCh PutCh 'A' AL reaction The structure of Ge tCh is GetCh vacation spot monitors personality A monitors the nature in AL screens the nature positioned in reminiscence (labeled reaction) Chapter? • fitting and utilizing NASM 157 desk 7. 1 precis of I/O workouts outlined within the i o . m a c dossier identify operand(s) operand position measurement PutCh resource price sign up reminiscence eight bits screens the nature positioned at resource GetCh dest eight bits Reads a personality into d e s t nwln none sign up reminiscence — PutStr resource reminiscence variable GetStr dest [,buf_size] reminiscence variable Reads a carriage-retum-terminated string into d e s t and shops it as a NULL-terminated string. greatest string size is buf size—1. Putint resource sign in reminiscence sixteen bits screens the signed 16-bit quantity positioned at s o u r c e Getint dest sign up reminiscence sixteen bits Reads a signed 16-bit quantity into d e s t PutLInt resource 32 bits GetLInt dest sign in reminiscence sign up reminiscence monitors the signed 32-bit quantity positioned at s o u r c e Reads a signed 32-bit quantity into d e s t — 32 bits what it does monitors a newline monitors the NULL-terminated string at s o u r c e the place des t i n a t i o n might be both an 8-bit, general-purpose sign in or a byte in reminiscence. a few examples are given the following. GetCh GetCh DH reaction moreover, a nwln macro is outlined to show a newline. It takes no operands. String I/O The P u t S t r and G e t S t r macros are outlined to demonstrate and skim strings, respectively. The strings are assumed to be within the NULL-terminated structure. that's, the final personality of the string is the NULL personality, which indications the top of the string. Strings are mentioned in bankruptcy 17. The layout of P u t S t r is PutStr resource the place s o u r c e is the identify of the buffer containing the string to be displayed. for instance, PutStr message 158 meeting Language Programming in Linux screens the string saved within the buffer message. Strings are constrained to eighty characters. If the buffer doesn't include a NULL-terminated string, a greatest of eighty characters are displayed. The layout of G e t s t r is GetStr vacation spot [, buffer_size] the place d e s t i n a t i o n is the buffer identify into which the string from the keyboard is learn. The enter string will be terminated by means of a carriage-return. it's also possible to specify an non-compulsory price for buf f e r _ s i z e . whether it is now not unique, a buffer measurement of eighty one is believed. therefore, within the default case, a greatest of eighty characters are learn into the string. If a price is unique, buf f e r _ s i z e - l characters are learn. The string is kept as a NULL-terminated string. whereas getting into a string, you could backspace to right the enter. listed below are a few examples. GetStr GetStr in_string TR_title,41 ; reads at such a lot eighty characters ; reads at so much forty characters Numeric I/O There are 4 macros for appearing integer I/O: are used for 16-bit integers and the opposite for 32-bit integers.

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