These are some examples of x86 assembly language
programming, in dos. All these programs are written by me, John Lyons. They
demonstrate a number of important interrupts, and exactly how to use them. Feel
free to download these programs, and their source code. If you want to alter and
compile the code, you will need a compiler, such as the one on the utilities
You can download the zip files, which contains
the Asm source file, plus the executable, and information on how to compile it.
Or you may view the Asm file. Alternative download available here mirrors(Not
Program which shows a directory tree of the
current directory and all the subdirectories contained within.
Presents a scrollable list, with various statistics. Shows good use
of a recursive algorithm. There is a windows version available here.
[Work in Progress]
Stores the current date and time in a file,
whenever it is run. Create a file called c:\log.txt
, which can be changed internally and writes the current date to it.
Originally written to test how often my friends reset my computer,
set to run in autoexec.bat file.