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Hello. We are using FASM in teaching context (K12 equiv).
Within GNU/Linux (Debian Edu), we use dosemu as sandbox.
There are no productive targets, it's all about demonstrating how
machine programming works in general, teaching CPU, registers, interrupts, bit operations, recursion, stacks.
We had started using DEBUG (simple programs that print your name by means of int 21h) and are now moving towards more complex samples (that are still much below the samples that are available in the download area).
I'd appreciate sample code of this (low) complexity, like
- read string and output modified ("encrypted") version (Caesar code, ROT-13?)
- reverse string
- output INT results as text
- clock (BCD output)
Thank you very much
|27 Aug 2009, 19:43||
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