Segment register in assembly language

In this part of the project, an assembly language program will be written to perform the following steps: (a) Initialises the serial port (COM1 or COM2). (b) Causes RTS to be set at logic high (−10 V on RS232 signal line). (c) Reads in one byte from the serial port. (d) Displays the value on the screen. (e) Causes RTS to be set logic low (+10 V).

So they implemented the idea of "Segments" - a 64 kilobyte block of memory indexed by the 16-bit address registers - that could be re-based to address different areas of the total memory.. A segmented memory model divides the system memory into groups of independent segments referenced by pointers located in the segment registers. Each segment is used to contain a specific type of data. One segment is used to contain instruction codes, another segment stores the data elements, and a third segment keeps the program stack. In the light of the above discussion, we can specify various memory segments as −. Data segment − It is represented by .data section and the .bss. The ....

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Stack in Assembly Language • The stack segment register holds the starting address of the stack segment in the memory. Majorly SS is used for the following purposes namely: 1.To hold the temporary results. 2.To hold the return address of the subroutine. 3.Finally to handle the interrupts • SS (Stack Segment) Register: holds stack Segment.

Write x86 assembly language program that performs equivalently to... Write x86 assembly language program that performs equivalently to the C++ source code file shown below. Please note that commented out behavior must be implemented in x86 assembly language. There is no standard, portable way to perform some of these actions in C++.