Assembly Language Programming Tutorial – 22 – INC and DEC Instructions

All references in this video came from:
Assembly Language for x86 Processors (6th Edition) http://goo.gl/n3ApG

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Rasim from Rasmurtech.com give us another tutorial on Assembly Language Programming . In this tutorial Rasim talks about the INC and DEC instructions.

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Comments

Yonas Tsegaye says:

Hey can you share with us on how to print the number. like how to your sum if it equal 250?

ThatOneBerzerk says:

I found a code, that will go through every char in ASCII:

.model small

.data

.code
    main proc
        add dl, 1
        
        mov ah, 2h ; code for a print char
        int 21h
        jmp main
    endp
    end main

Bedir Bayar says:

What about “add dl , 48”? Why did it print only 3? Is that because of hex form? Does it print only one character?

crodowsky says:

These videos are life saving! Thank you

slipdiskrecords says:

wtf is this confusingness –>(increment decrement) ?? lol cant you just say
 inc-increase dec-decrease ????

slipdiskrecords says:

the crements r killing me with words that make no sense

Googolplexking says:

can you make exe file with this program

jiten patel says:

Please show me the ASSEMBLER-370 CODES CONVERTING JULLIAN TO MERIDIAN CALENDER AND EBCIDIC CODES TO DECIMAL NUMBERS…!!!…Thanks have a good life..!!!…JITEN..MOBILE 00-91-9004648715…INDIA…

slipdiskrecords says:

is increment and decrement in that book does it actually say that ???? or increase decrease ?

Thejus Mahajan says:

I have a doubt ,is this instruction executable? ,
add bl , al
,I ‘ve got a red mark when i wrote this in my exam(even though no marks were reduced)

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