Hello.. I've been trying to create a simple postfix calculator..
Can anyone please tell me how I can input a char in assembly?
i tried using char as a data type but i found out that there's
no such thing as char in assembly..
So you are using gnu c compiler? such as gcc or g++? How to do inline assembly with gnu compiler may be a little different than how it would be done in a pure assembly source file with *.asm extension. I don't know how its done with that compiler.
Don't confuse ASCII and db instruction. db declares a single byte of data, which can contain any value between 0 and 255. ascii is a character set that falls within that range. There are other character sets, but ascii is the most common for most of us. See this common ascii chart.
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