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Syntax error in assembly when using letter "C"


Syntax error in assembly when using letter "C"

By : user2955084
Date : November 22 2020, 10:38 AM
should help you out The name C happens to be one of the language type names used by some of MASM's directives, e.g. .MODEL and PUBLIC - that's why you can't use it as a name for your own symbols. You'll just have to pick another name.
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For in assembly, "syntax error" without errors

For in assembly, "syntax error" without errors


By : shreehari ajith
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I wouldn't call your executable for.exe, that's just asking for trouble.
FOR is actually a DOS/Windows internal command so, if you type in for at the command prompt, it will complain bitterly:
code :
c:\Users\Pax> for
The syntax of the command is incorrect.
c:\Users\Pax> type for.cmd
@echo off
echo hello

c:\Users\Pax> for
The syntax of the command is incorrect.

c:\Users\Pax> .\for
hello
Simple SELECT statement fails with "syntax to use near", "ORA-00906", "syntax error at or near&

Simple SELECT statement fails with "syntax to use near", "ORA-00906", "syntax error at or near&


By : Nikhil Behera
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Okay, Table is a reserved keyword in all variants of SQL.
If you want to call a table Table, and use it in a statement, you have to tell your sql engine that it is an identifier. To do this you need to use Identifier Qualifiers.
code :
SELECT * FROM [Table];
SELECT * FROM `Table`;
SELECT * FROM "Table";
SELECT * FROM [dbo].[Table];
SELECT * FROM `dbo`.`Table`;
SELECT * FROM "dbo"."Table";
Android SQLite: near "...": syntax error (code 1): , while compiling: SELECT ".." FROM ".."

Android SQLite: near "...": syntax error (code 1): , while compiling: SELECT ".." FROM ".."


By : Alfonso
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Turns out that table and column names have to begin with a letter (or at least not a number)
What are valid table names in SQLite?
code :
     String[] columnsx = {String.format("\"%s\"", orientation)};
             Selection = "Slope=?";
             String[] SelectionArgsx ={""+pitch};
             String ratio ="1";

                //This is where the error is called.
            cursor = db.query(String.format("\"%s\"", postregion),columnsx,Selection,SelectionArgsx,null,null,null,null);
Variable holding "imaplib.IMAP4_SSL("imap.google.com")" throws overly-vague "Syntax error"

Variable holding "imaplib.IMAP4_SSL("imap.google.com")" throws overly-vague "Syntax error"


By : aarti gandhi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. I have searched again and again but nothing seems to be solving my problem. When , You are missing a close parentheses:
code :
threading.Timer(300, read_email_from_gmail().start()
threading.Timer(300, read_email_from_gmail().start())
How to "draw" a letter in assembly(VGA mode, MASM, .386)?

How to "draw" a letter in assembly(VGA mode, MASM, .386)?


By : user2756469
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Since you're using MASM and Int21h, I presume you're targeting DOS. Should've mentioned so.
VGA video mode doesn't mean you have to use the VGA cable. Depends. Usually it does. You can't use syscall in DOS. Use interrupt 16h, AH=0 to read a key.
code :
mov ah, 2h ; the function
mov bh, 0 ; the page - assume 0
mov dh, 1 ; row
mov dl, 5 ; column
int 10h
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