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bazizmix



Joined: 15 Jan 2016
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The new FlatC- compiler.
A brief description is given in the file IntroFlatC-.txt.
Not compatible with the compiler. FlatC-- (see https://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=19700).
With some modifications can compile C programs (compare Julia.c- and JuliaWC02.c.


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Filename: IntroFlatC-.txt
Filesize: 7.61 KB
Downloaded: 190 Time(s)

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Filename: FC-35.7z
Filesize: 84.26 KB
Downloaded: 176 Time(s)

Post 09 Oct 2017, 16:22
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NEASM



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You are a genius. Is really a shame that it cannot compile for Linux and Unix.... But, is always great. 10/10, because this compiler is great.
Post 23 May 2018, 15:01
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bazizmix



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Thank you! However, I am embarrassed by such praise ...
Nix - maybe someday in the future, if I wish.
Post 23 May 2018, 21:44
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emil



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Hi bazizmix

Avast anti virus refused to download your FC-35 , it says that it has a virus.

so is that false or not? can you check it please.
Post 13 Jun 2018, 17:18
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bazizmix



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Again?!!! Shocked
revolution wrote:
emil wrote:
my Avast still refuse to accept the zip file.
Time to kill your AV then. It is clearly not working for you. Rolling Eyes

In zip no viruses - checked by Kasperskiy antivirus
Post 14 Jun 2018, 10:57
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emil



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Hi bazizmix

I see that you quoted a comment that posted by revolution.

so where is his comment in your topic!!!!!!!!!!!

Avast keep me in safe side of anti virus , and will not change it.

any way , I have no luck with your FC-35.

keep up your good work.
Post 14 Jun 2018, 12:58
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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emil wrote:
Avast keep me in safe side of anti virus , and will not change it.
It also seems to be keeping you safe from non-viruses. The "best" AV would simply be one that never lets you download anything, keeping you 100% safe from viruses ... and non-viruses. Smile

But seriously, how can you trust an AV that gives you this much trouble?
Post 14 Jun 2018, 13:04
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bazizmix



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emil wrote:
Hi bazizmix

I see that you quoted a comment that posted by revolution.

so where is his comment in your topic!!!!!!!!!!!

Avast keep me in safe side of anti virus , and will not change it.

any way , I have no luck with your FC-35.

keep up your good work.

I checked file on online service https://www.virustotal.com/en
Result you can see at https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/99f94badf2aade2008968571b79dbb18f86ed637ea660cd81fd37865c8e7bed0/analysis/1528992552/
Really Avast stupid...

File name: FC-35.7z
Detection ratio: 4 / 60
Post 14 Jun 2018, 16:16
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emil



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Hi bazizmix

I have disabled Avast , and test it.

nice work , have some questions....

1- will you support creating coff object file ? ; may be directive #obj

2- when you will dived your work into include folder, samples folder,.... etc. ?

3- why there is no inline macro ?

4- what do you think for supporting next syntax
Code:
edi = (esi <> 1) ? TRUE : FALSE;    


hope you keep devolping it.

thanks.
Post 15 Jun 2018, 15:14
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emil



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Hi again

In Next code

Code:
int WIRandom(int rmin,rmax){
        push rdx rcx;
        mov ecx,[rmax]; sub ecx,[rmin]; inc ecx;
        WRandom();
        xor edx,edx; div ecx; mov eax,edx; add eax,[rmin];
        pop rcx rdx;
}    


why you did not support uses directive so that it will be like that
Code:
int WIRandom(int rmin,rmax) uses rdx rcx
{
        mov ecx,[rmax]; sub ecx,[rmin]; inc ecx;
        WRandom();
        xor edx,edx; div ecx; mov eax,edx; add eax,[rmin];
}    


Last edited by emil on 15 Jun 2018, 18:03; edited 1 time in total
Post 15 Jun 2018, 15:21
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emil



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hi

I think there is a bug in next code , it is a part of your fc-- code

Code:
int strlen(char* s)
{
   push rcx rdx;
   rax=s;         // get pointer to string
   rcx=rax;             // copy pointer
   pxor xmm0, xmm0;            // set to zero
   rcx&=15;              // lower 4 bits indicate misalignment    


the last line compiled to this

Code:
 mov rax,rcx                             
 push rax                               
 mov rax,F                               
 pop rcx  
 and rax,rcx  
 mov rcx,rax    
    


so the value of rax is destroyed and the program crashed.
Post 15 Jun 2018, 18:02
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bazizmix



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emil wrote:
hi

I think there is a bug in next code , it is a part of your fc-- code

....
so the value of rax is destroyed and the program crashed.

In start of this topic
Quote:
Not compatible with the compiler FlatC--
Post 16 Jun 2018, 12:02
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bazizmix



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emil wrote:
why you did not support uses directive so that it will be like that

You can use aliasing for this (see IntroFlatC-.txt)
Post 16 Jun 2018, 12:06
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