Startup Sequence

Startup Sequence - 7 Before changing the code in main.asm...

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Startup Sequence 1. Download Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition to your PC per the instructions given in the Getting Started with MASM document on my website. 2. Then click on the Ready icon at the lower left corner of your desktop in order to click on the Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition listed there to start the application. 3. From the file menu in Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 Express Edition, select Open and select Project/Solution . 4. Navigate to the c:\Irvine\Examples\Project_Sample folder, and click to open the bottom file icon shown named Project . 5. Two windows will appear – (1) Solution Explorer window and (2) Editing window, where you can enter new software programs using the existing template. 6. In the Solution Explorer window, click the + symbol next to the item named Project to expand it if it not already expanded. Double-click the file named main.asm to open it in the Editing window, again do this only if it is not already there.
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Unformatted text preview: 7. Before changing the code in main.asm , run the original sample code to become familiar with the process. Note that any time you make changes to your code you will to repeat the process sequence. The process steps are: a. Under Build in the menu bar, select Build Solution , which runs the assembler and linker on the .asm source code in the Editing window. You will see the build taking place in the Output win dow below the Solution Explorer and Editing windows. The build was successful if it shows: “Build: 1 succeeded, 0 failed, ….”. b. To run the executable, select Start without Debugging under Debug in the menu bar. c. A small window will appear, stating the Project is out of date and if you would like to build it. Click on Yes . d. Finally, the c:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe window appears showing the results of executing your code. You will want to print this output to be part of your project submittals....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course CMPE 46 at San Jose State.

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