Here, I have a Assembly Language Program to check if a number in Memory Location is Even or Odd. I’ll also be saving the number to a different memory location depending on the condition results.
Problem: Write an 8086 ALP to Convert Decimal number to Hexadecimal number.
In this article, you’ll be learning how to write a Assembly Language Program to print Strings in multiple lines (8086). For this example code, we’ll have three different strings saved on the Registers and will be printed in different lines.
Title: 8086 Assembly Program to print String “Hello World, Good Morning, Have Good Day” in 3 different lines
Description: If you have seen your first Hello World ALP, this assembly program prints STRING from .DATA, but in three different lines. So, here we’ll be saving 3 different Strings to .DATA, and then print them one by one. From our first Hello World ALP hope you have understood the use of mnemonics to display the string and the interrupt request.
Assembly programming language is a language closer to what machines can understand. Assembly language is an example of low level language. A shortcode (mnemonics) is written for each instruction in assembly language programming. So, instead of having to remember a string of 0’s and 1’s, the programmer would only need to remember shortcodes like ADD, SUB, DIV, JMP, MOV called mnemonics.