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I was asked to use c, assembly and int86 as homework. I have no idea how to use them. I only have the assembly code of this image drawn. I was asked to do this using borland on Windows98. Where should I start?


What I have tried:

I installed windows 98 and borland. I did a few lines of code using _asm, but the data segment failed.
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Richard MacCutchan 13-Jun-20 8:56am
   
"Where should I start?"
As they say in the Emerald Isle, "well I wouldn't start from here".
KarstenK 13-Jun-20 13:35pm
   
Sounds really too weired to be true. Plz check that you didnt misunderstood something. W98 is from the stone age and really not a good operating system. And this combination for a homework sound like a bad joke :-/
steveb 13-Jun-20 16:47pm
   
Tell him/her that it is too easy and you wand to do it on a punch card computer UNIVAC-1 1951 edition. LMAO

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Solution 1

what you app type? 32Bit/16Bit
32Bit like normal nt system, you can use API from system
16Bit there no API, only "Interrupt function"

if 16Bit you need to learn Interrupt function to take the place of API
quite similar the other issues
   

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