Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers (4th Edition) by Kip R. Irvine

By Kip R. Irvine

For undergraduate classes in meeting language programming and introductory classes in desktops and machine structure. this entire and completely up-to-date examine of meeting language for the IBM-PC teaches scholars the right way to write and debug courses on the computer point. according to the Intel processor kin, the textual content simplifies and demystifies options that scholars have to grab earlier than they could pass directly to extra complicated desktop structure or working structures classes.

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It allows formatted input. There are other NCurses functions for console input. Some help you shape input, which I’ll get into later in this book. For now I’m just going to demonstrate the basic commands listed here. The Silly Typewriter Program Nothing best demonstrates “one character in/one character out” than a simple, stupid typewriter program, such as the one in Listing 2-6. = ‘~’) ; endwin(); Chapter 2 ■ Basic I/O, the NCurses Way Listing 2-6 (continued) 16 17 return 0; } Note the while loop here.

This is done by using the attrset() or attron() function just as you would apply any other text attribute. The key, however, is to use the COLOR_PAIR(n) constant: attrset(COLOR_PAIR(1)); The preceding statement applies the color attributes assigned to color pair 1 to the text that follows. If COLOR_PAIR(1) is defined as yellow text on a red background, that’s the attribute taken by the text. To apply a different color to the text, use init_pair() to set up foreground and background colors for a color pair.

While many folks may see rmcup as a handy thing, other users dislike it. The solution is to make the feature easy to disable. Let’s hope that will be possible sooner than later. out Is a Goofy Name? out is a goofy name, but that’s because the compiler doesn’t know any better. out will be a blessing. out command using your shell’s history command. But anyway, if you’d rather compile to a different output file, you need to specify the –o switch when you use gcc. c –lncurses –o goodbye gcc is still the compiler.

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