Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : ASM_SUBR.ZIP
Filename : FPTDIV

 
Output of file : FPTDIV contained in archive : ASM_SUBR.ZIP
;-------------------------fptdiv routine begins--------------------------+
; from BLUEBOOK OF ASSEMBLY ROUTINES FOR IBM PC & XT.
; page : 86
;
; NAME FPTDIV
; ROUTINE FOR DIVISION OF TEMPORARY FLOATING POINT NUMBER BY 10
;
; FUNCTION: This routine divides a temporary binary floating point
; number by 10.
;
; INPUT: Upon entry DS:DI points to a temporary binary floating point
; number.
;
; OUTPUT: Upon exit DS:DI points to a temporary binary floating
; point number.
;
; REGISTERS USED: AX,CX,DX and DI are modified. DI must point to the
; input.
;
; SEGMENTS REFERENCED: The data segment must contain the temporary
; binary floating point number.
;
; ROUTINES CALLED: None
; SPECIAL NOTES: Equates are used to shorten address fields. This is a
; near procedure needed by FPIN.
;
; ROUTINE TO DIVIDE TEMP FLOATING POINT NUMBER BY 10. RESULT IS NOT
; NORMALIZED.
;
fptdiv proc near
;
; shift mantissa by 4 places
mov cx,4 ; for a count of four
fptdiv1:
sal diword+0,1 ; shift left all digits
rcl diword+2,1 ; carry on
rcl diword+4,1
rcl diword+6,1
rcl diword+8,1
dec diword+11
loop fptdiv1
;
; divide mantissa by 10
mov cx,5 ; 5 words in number
mov dx,0 ; previous remainder
add di,8 ; point to end
;
fptdiv2:
push cx ; save count
mov ax,[di] ; get 16-bit digit
mov cx,10 ; divisor of 10
div cx ; divide
mov [di],ax ; put 16-digit back
sub di,2 ; next 16-bit digit
pop cx ; restore count
loop fptdiv2
;
ret ; return
;
fptdiv endp
;-------------------------fptdiv routine ends---------------------------+


  3 Responses to “Category : Assembly Language Source Code
Archive   : ASM_SUBR.ZIP
Filename : FPTDIV

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