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Help with displaying ASCII table. Like to put it in a table but one after one to start with. New to the language.
ZurdoDev 3-Apr-12 16:18pm    
Please clarify what you are trying to do.
madmax_5 3-Apr-12 16:29pm    
output ASCII characters all 256 in a display, dos prompt. I'm using emu8086 and i think that's TASM but I have visual studio as well if thats easier in that using MASM. But ultimately i would like to display a prompt with all characters and be able to page up and down in a neat and lined table but i think just to be able to print out all the characters consecutively would be a start. Then figure out how to space them in rows and columns would be next step.
wizardzz 3-Apr-12 17:52pm    
You should update your question with this info.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 3-Apr-12 16:39pm    
As output is involved, it also depends on OS, real or simulated. Or you can output directly to the video card, but you need to know what is it.

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It prints alphabets and their ascii. You can try with different settings for al and cx to get your desired output.
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