Joined: 24 Aug 2004
Location: Misner space
Furs: fasm.exe does not use the quotes as special characters in the definition of the variable. All those single and double quotes are passed directly to the code unaltered. The space is always a delimiter unless it is escaped.
However it appears as though in Linux sh, bash, or whatever is the shell processor, will alter what the user types into the command line and try to be smart by expanding some things. So in Linux you have to comply with the shell requirements before fasm will see the command line.
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