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Machine code commands

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Submitted on: 1/2/2015 1:12:00 PM
By: OpcodeVoid (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 15 Users
Compatibility: C, C++ (general), Microsoft Visual C++, Borland C++, UNIX C++
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     This is for programmers of all langauges.This will show you machine code commands so you can build your own assembler.This way saves so much space and speed you can make a exe less then 10 bytes

 
				Before we begin we must learn to type binaries they or value simple just hold alt then press the num-pad.Now for the program 

open ms-dos. this will be or text editor.

next type, 'copy con test2.com' .

now for the binaries, machine code commands, or Opcodes.

press alt-180

this moves somthing to the ah register

press alt-9

the value

press alt-186

this moves somthing into the dx register

press alt-09

press alt-01

the values

press alt-205

This is telling the computor to print a string

alt-33

the command

alt-195

return to dos

alt-32

Spaces for offset of string

now there is no more binaries.

On your key board type

Hello, World!$

now press crt-z

now press enter

If you did it correctly you should see hello world on the screen

add vbmew@hotmail to your msn messenger list there I can give you more commands or explain some stuff

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