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Old 23-Oct-2011, 09:38
shafaatmosvi shafaatmosvi is offline
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Printing UNICODE characters!

Hi all. I need help in printing UNICODE characters in assembly language. How could that be possible? I have some ideas about using the XLAT instruction, but am not being able to reach anywhere. Please help, thanks.
Old 31-Jan-2018, 16:42
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Re: Printing UNICODE characters!

According to Nasm documentation, you can define different types of UTF strings using these macros. You probably have to use UTF-32 on Linux and UTF-16 for Windows.
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