Hello

I am working on an assignment, and I`ve been encountering divide overflow after entering my input. Below, I`ve attached what I am supposed to do (on the top of my code), and I`ve attached my code.

```; Number Conversion Program
;
; Requirement #1: Your program should clearly prompt the user with a message to enter an
exactly 4 digit decimal number, which you should store as a nullterminated string (i.e., 5 characters total).
Requirement #2: If the user types fewer than 4 digits before pressing return, then your
program should ask for a 4 digit number again.  Otherwise, your program
should efficiently convert the 4 character numeric string into a 16-bit
numeric value and store this in a word variable.
Requirement #3: Using a loop, convert the 16-bit value into a 16 character string of ‘0’s and
‘1’s.  Store this in another null-terminated string.

org 100h

section .text

start:
mov bx, input           ;get address of first char for input
mov cx, 2

myloop:
mov ah, 00h             ;service 00h (get keystroke)
int 16h                         ;call interrupt 16h (AH=00H) and character read will now be in AL
cmp al, 0Dh             ;check if user pressed enter
je convert                      ;if so, convert
mov [bx], ax            ;if not, store character
inc bx                          ;point BX to next char of input
jmp myloop                      ;repeat for next character

convert:
div cx                          ;dividing the number by 2 since binary is base 2
cmp ax, 0
je output
mov [bx], al
inc bx
jmp convert

output:
mov dl, [bx]    ; get char at address in BX
inc bx          ; point BX to next char in message
cmp dl, 0       ; Is DL = null (that is, 0)?
je  quit        ; If yes, then quit
mov ah, 06      ; If no, then call int 21h service 06h
int 21h         ;    to print the character
jmp myloop      ; Repeat for the next character

quit:
int 20h                         ;quit program

section .data
input db 0, 0, 0, 0, 0```
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