Assembly Language8086 Tutorial 2

Saturday, April 28, 2012 Posted by Glenn Von Posadas

Welcome to my second Assembly Language8086 Programming Tutorial.
In this tutorial, I will show and explain to you the two structure or kinds of Assembly Language Program and we'll see their differences.

Anyway, the two kinds/structure of Assembly Program are:

1. The .COM (Read as dot com or COM) program
and the second one is the
2. The .EXE (Read as dot ekse or EXE) program.

Later on, I will show you their structure codes. Now, let us see their differences.

First of all, the .COM is a program that requires an assembler to run. And compared to .EXE programs, .COM is smaller in size and its structure codes are easy to memorize. So basically, I prefer to use this during exams in our theoretical as well as in our laboratory exams. HAHA!

On the other hand, the .EXE program DOESN'T REQUIRE an assembler ANYMORE!
And it is bigger in size since it is a stand-alone program. You can run it anytime you want without using other program(Assembler)

Want to see a proof? K.

Going on...
Here's their codes:



that's all folks! Its already 3:30AM here! Got to sleep. Church later

glenn von

Author: Glenn Posadas

20 year old 5th year Computer Engineering Student, a blogger, photographer, programmer, and an electronics hobbyist; a Christian who loves God very much..

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