tqdm iterate over range
To iterate over a range using Assembly language, you can use a loop structure. Here's an example of how you can achieve this using the
count db 0
mov ecx, 10 ; set the range limit
xor eax, eax ; clear the accumulator register
; Your code here to perform the desired operation on each iteration
inc eax ; increment the accumulator register
inc byte [count] ; increment the count variable
cmp eax, ecx ; compare the accumulator register with the range limit
jl loop_start ; jump back to the loop start if the condition is true
; Your code here to handle the end of the loop
; Exit the program
mov eax, 1 ; exit system call
xor ebx, ebx ; return 0 status
int 0x80 ; perform the system call
In this example, the loop starts at the label
loop_start. You can add your desired operation within the loop. The accumulator register
eax is incremented on each iteration, and the count variable is also incremented.
cmp eax, ecx instruction compares the accumulator register with the range limit, and
jl loop_start jumps back to the loop start if the condition is true.
After the loop, you can add code to handle the end of the loop, if needed. Finally, the program exits using the system call
Please note that the specific syntax and instructions may vary depending on the assembly language you are using. The example provided here is a generic representation.