Why is the comparing instruction not working?

Why is the comparing instruction not working?

By : AJL
Date : November 21 2020, 07:01 PM
help you fix your problem So I have a simple assembly code in 8086 that compares the value in the variable value with 100 and if it's greater it prints out: "The value is greater than 100" and if not: "The value is not greater than 100". ,
code :
lea ax, value
cmp ax, 100d
jae StatementWrong
mov al, value
mov al, [value]
cmp al, 100
jng StatementWrong
  mov  al, [value]
  cmp  al, 100
  lea  dx, right    ; "The value is greater than 100$"
  jg   Ending       ; JG means JUMP IF GREATER
  lea  dx, wrong    ; "The value is not greater than 100$"
  mov  ah, 09h
  int  21h

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ARM Assembly: How to set more than one comparing for executing a instruction?

ARM Assembly: How to set more than one comparing for executing a instruction?

By : Jignesh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps I try to change this code into ARM without using Jump instructions :
code :
if a == 0 || b == 1 then c:=10  else c:=20;
CMP r0, #0      ; compare a with 0
CMPNE r1, #1    ; compare b with 1 if a!=0
MOVEQ r3, #10   ; a is 0, and/or b is 1 -> set c = 10
MOVNE r3, #20   ; a is not 0, and b is not 1 -> set c = 20
if d == 0 && e == 1 then f:=30  else c:=40;
CMP r0, #0      ; compare d with 0
CMPEQ r1, #1    ; compare e with 1 if d==0
MOVEQ r3, #30   ; d is 0, and e is 1 -> set f = 30
MOVNE r3, #40   ; d isn't 0, and/or e isn't 1 -> set f = 40
What is assembly cmp instruction comparing exactly?

What is assembly cmp instruction comparing exactly?

By : Hooman Badiefar
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue You seem to have done everything right, except you didn't provide MCVE and didn't show gdb log. You are correct that ZF should NOT be set. Maybe you used gdb wrong.
code :
6           mov dword [rbp-0xc], -24
(gdb) s
7           mov eax, 1000
8           cmp eax, dword [rbp-0xc]
9           jle foo
(gdb) p/d $eax
$1 = 1000
(gdb) x/wd $rbp-0xc
0x7fffffffe254: -24
(gdb) p $eflags
$2 = [ CF PF IF ]
13 error (type doesn't match) when comparing two dates within a conditional instruction (vba)

13 error (type doesn't match) when comparing two dates within a conditional instruction (vba)

By : Kuba Sękowski
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue This will happen if the value isn't a date (eg. February 29th isn't coming this year). You can test this with IsDate before setting the typed variable.
Another way would be using DateDiff, but you'd likely end up with the same problem there.
code :
Sub Test()
    Dim s As String
    Dim d As Date

    s = "12/12/2017"
    d = CDate(s)
End Sub
Assembly comparing instruction

Assembly comparing instruction

By : Paulo Ribeiro
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you Forget about the assignment for now.
If there were 12345 values and you were asked to find the highest and lowest value, how would you do it? The obvious way is to keep track of the "current highest value" and "current lowest value"; and for each value in the list you'd check to see if it should become the new highest value or the new lowest value.
What am I comparing to? No CMP instruction in assembly code before JNE

What am I comparing to? No CMP instruction in assembly code before JNE

By : Dimetrius Bass
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps cmp edx, 1 changes the flags exactly like sub edx, 1, only it doesn't update edx. This means that instead of doing a cmp and sub in a loop, you only need to do sub
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