For my second assignment, I again have to use inline assembly code. This time, the program must take input of 6 module marks, compare them, and output the highest mark and for which module it is. I have been instructed that the marks must be stored in an array. Although this would be simple in a high-level language, determining which registers to use and manipulating the array proved difficult.
Well this is interesting. I went to build the lastest version of my program… and AVG warned me of a Trojan horse called BestMarkComparison.exe found on my PC.
I managed to fix this with help from stackexchange (where else?), it was a Visual Studio issue…
This was a while ago… something went wrong with this post so I never published it..