Hello all. This past semester I took assembly programming. The programs in class were done on windwos machines and now I am trying to write some assembly on my linux machine, which has an intel 64bit processor. I am having a problem converting integers to ascii for output. I am using the same routine we used in my class which adds 30h to each digit and store it in a string but I am not getting the approptiate output. The number I am trying to output is 15 but I get D and a small black circle with a white question mark insid it. Does anyone know what is causing this? Is it an issue with using 64bit processor or is it an encoding issue in linux?
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