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So, i'm tring to make a simple program to print a string on console, to make this, I have created a simple function with inline assembly, my ideia is, proint a string without use a windows lib or C/C++ functions, like printf or cout.... so, I know the macro assembler compiler of VC++ use the masm sintax... so, I have maded this:

C++
void print(char *msg)
{
    __asm
    {
        mov ah, 9
        mov dx, msg
        int 21h
    }
}

int main()
{
    print("hello");
    return 0;
}

BUt, i think the use of old DOS interrupts not work fine :(
So, have a way to make this, whiout use printf or cout or c/c++ functions , just C and assembly ???
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You have to call Windows API from the assemby language. You may find some examples on the web, for instance check out this Stack Overflow question: "how to write hello world in assembler under windows?"[^].
   

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