[b][red]This message was edited by liver at 2003-3-1 5:43:35[/red][/b][hr]
dear assemblers I am an electronic student learning about the 8086 assembly language.I have been set a problem:using the 8086 assembly level instruction set mnemononics, write a fully commented ASM86 routine to
> multiply two 64 bit unsigned numbers to produce a 128 bit result.Assume
> the BX register points to the starting address of the block of memory
> which holds the two 64 bit numbers and which is required to store the
> 128 bit result.I have been trying to carry out the programme on an
> emulator without any success.Could you possibly post me a worked
> solution or advise of an emulator that I could use? I require the shortest instructions using the MULT opcode and a short example for two hex numbers only.