Assembly Language: Simple IO Program

The following example illustrates a simple program that gets keyboard input from a user, adds two numbers together, and displays output to the standard video output. This routine uses three basic DOS calls: the DOS function 1 (StdConInput) for input, the DOS function 2 (StdConOutput) for output, and the DOS function 4CH (Exit) to terminate the routine. This routine gets two single-digit numbers from a user, then adds the numbers together and displays the results. The routine continues to operate until the user enters a keyboard character that is not a number.

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