I am trying to create a program using x86 Assembly (TASM) that transverses through 2 sets of arrays and does a basic addition between the two arrays using a for loop. However, i have never used a for loop or an array in assembly, so im quite confused on how i would go about implementing it.

so let say i have this pusodo code:

```
for i := 0 to n-1 do
s := a[ i] + b[ i];
...
endfor;
```

An this is my code so far which takes the `array a and b`

in `si and di`

respectively and the size `n`

in `cx`

, how would i implement the above pusodo code in my code?

```
m dw ?
s dw ?
.code
extrn putint: proc
public maxp_ip
maxp_ip proc ;(n)
; computes the max-plus inner product between two vectors a and b of length n
; input: CX = n
; SI = a
; DI = b
; output: AX = m
; save regs
push si
push di
push ax ; assigned to m
push bx ; assigned to s
push cx
; m := -32768
mov m, -32768
; for i := 0 to n-1 do
```

Note that the above code isnt my entire code, just the part where i want to implement the for loop and addition. Also, could you please explain how I would do this, with sample code (I am a visual learner, so i need to see how to do it, sorry). Thanks.