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fluttyoyo



Joined: 11 May 2016
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fluttyoyo
I can compile my code, but it's not starts.
I can't understand why.
Please, help me to know what is wrong.

Program should make a number and user should guess it.

Code:
format PE console
include 'win32a.inc'

entry start

section '.code' code executable
start:

proc    strToInt lpStr:word
        push    bx dx si
 
        xor     ax,ax
        mov     si,[lpStr]
.strToInt_loop:
        movsx   bx,byte [si]
        sub     bl,'0'
        cmp     bl,10
        jnb     .strToInt_ret
        imul    ax,10
        add     ax,bx
        inc     si
        jmp     .strToInt_loop
 
.strToInt_ret:
        pop     si dx bx
        ret
endp

board1 dw ?
board2 dw ?
number dw ?
myNumber dw ?
interval dw ?
counter db 0
lenght db 0


;begin game
begin:
       cinvoke printf,enterInviting

       cinvoke gets, buff2
       stdcall strToInt, buff2
       mov [board1], ax

       cinvoke gets, buff3
       stdcall strToInt, buff3
       mov [board2], ax
;---------------

;random number
        mov ax, [board2]
        sub ax, [board1]
        mov [interval], ax

        cmp [counter], 0
        je D
        jne E
E:
        mov bx, [board2]

        mov ax, [board1]
        mov cx, [myNumber]
        mul cx
        add ax, bx
        mov cx, [interval]
        div cx
        add dx, [board1]
        mov [myNumber], dx;
        jmp metka2

D:
        mov ax, [board2]
        mov [myNumber], ax
        mov al, [counter]
        inc al
        mov [counter], al
        jmp metka2
;----------------
;makes step
metka2:
        cinvoke printf, enterNumber

        cinvoke gets, buff1
        stdcall strToInt, buff1
        mov [number], ax
;-------------

;compare
metka1:
        mov ax, [myNumber]
        cmp   ax, [number]
        jl L
        jg K
        je M
M:
        cinvoke printf, guess
        mov al, [lenght]
        mov [buff1], al
        cinvoke printf, buff1
        cinvoke printf, newTry
        cinvoke gets, buff
        mov al, [buff]
        cmp   al, 0
        je exit
        jne begin
L:
        mov al, [lenght]
        inc al
        mov [lenght], al
        cinvoke printf, more
        jmp metka2
K:
        mov al, [lenght]
        inc al
        mov [lenght], al
        cinvoke printf, less
        jmp metka2
;-----------------
exit:
        invoke ExitProcess,0
        int 21h
;------------------
section '.data' data readable writeable
enterInviting:
        db  'Enter a range of numbers: ', 0
enterNumber:
        db  'Enter a number: ', 0
buff:
        dw ?
buff1:
        dw ?
buff2:
        dw ?
buff3:
        dw ?
guess:
        db 'You are right, steps: ', 0
newTry:
        db ', do you want to try again(0/1): ', 0
more:
        db 'My number is bigger, try again. ', 0
less:
        db 'My number is smaller, try again', 0
section '.idata' import data readable writeable
  library kernel32,'kernel32.dll',\
          crtdll,'crtdll.dll'
  import kernel32,\
         ExitProcess,'ExitProcess'
  import crtdll,\
         printf,'printf',\
         gets,'gets'
    
Post 11 May 2016, 20:01
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
When you use a Win32 exe then you need to use the full size 32-bit registers for addressing and for data transfer to/from the OS. You won't be able to access the lower regions of memory at <64kB.
Post 12 May 2016, 01:54
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badc0de02



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badc0de02
LOL you use 16 bit registers
Post 17 May 2016, 14:33
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