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Calculator coding in IBM PC assembly language

I'm looking for the coding for a basic calculator with IBM PC assembly language. Just like the one we use in Windows98 Calculator.
Please answer with coding or tell me where I can get it...
Points could be up if answer is perfect to what I'm looking for...
Thanx.
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pennyroyal
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pennyroyalAuthor Commented:
I have enter all the pages and I can find many sample of calculator.
However, there are no source code provided. Can you give me some solutions
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homer99Commented:
The sig-calc.asm file from http://www.goofee.com/files.htm has the code in assembly for a 16-bit calculator for the PC.  You can use it as a model for your calculator.
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pennyroyalAuthor Commented:
The sig-calc.asm file from http://www.goofee.com/files.htm is not a calculator as windows calculator. I don't know how to use it. Can you explain to me?

Do you have the calculator assembly code which can calculate floating number and negative number?

Thank you.
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pennyroyalAuthor Commented:
the calculator should support floating and signed numbers. Source code is very needed
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