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Nikolay Petrov



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Why it's work?
Code:
macro irp p,[plist]
{
common ..c = 0
reverse
  ..c = ..c+1
  p equ plist
}

macro foo plist
{
local .p
    irp .p,plist    
     display .p+0x30
     restore .p    
     display .p+0x30
     restore .p
     display .p+0x30
}
foo <3,5,9>    

and it's can't
Code:
macro irp p,[plist]
{
common ..c = 0
reverse
  ..c = ..c+1
  p equ plist
}

macro foo plist
{
local .p
    irp .p,plist
    repeat ..c
      display .p+0x30
      restore .p
    end repeat
}
foo <3,5,9>    
Post 01 Aug 2005, 01:33
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Ancient One



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repeat cannot be use to repeat preprocessor directive. use rept instead
Post 01 Aug 2005, 01:45
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Tomasz Grysztar
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"repeat" is one of the control directives, that are processed after the preprocessing is already finished (you can read about it in the manual!). The preprocessor itself does only operations on the text symbols, and - as opposed to assembler - doesn't do any calculations. So you should do it rather this way:
Code:
macro irp p,[plist]
{
  reverse
   p equ plist
}

macro foo [plist]
{
  common
    local .p
    irp .p,plist
  forward
    display .p+0x30
    restore .p
}

foo 3,5,9    
Post 01 Aug 2005, 08:47
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Nikolay Petrov



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Thanks and sorry for my not very accurate question. Embarassed

My tasm program use this macro:
Code:
subm macro plist,subparam
     irp p,<plist>
       sub p,subparam
     endm
endm
.code 
 ...
  subm <[var1],[var2],[var3]>,constant    
and i decided to create a such(repeating first param.) for my fasm programs - not like:
Code:
macro subm subparam,[plist]{sub plist,subparam}    
I tryed and blocked to the first post example Confused macro irp work fine, but I dont know how to continue.


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Post 01 Aug 2005, 09:26
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Why not like the "subm" sample? It does exactly what you need.
What you request looks, however, like the recently discussed FOR directive: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=3823&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=25#28033
(IRP was an old name for FOR in MASM).
Post 01 Aug 2005, 09:42
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Nikolay Petrov



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The discusion is interesting for me at this moment. Smile
Post 01 Aug 2005, 11:15
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Nikolay Petrov



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I find a solution for my problem. It was under my eays.
Code:
macro subp subparam,[params]
{sub params,subparam}

macro subm params,subparam
{subp subparam,params}
.code 
... 
 subm <eax,ebx,ecx>,edx
...    
will be compile
Code:
sub eax,edx
sub ebx,edx
sub ecx,edx    

To make it better - must checking params for it's type, equates and nonsenses.
Thanks again
Post 01 Aug 2005, 15:07
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Oh, that was what was troubling you - I'm sorry, I did not understand what really your problem was. And you wanted just to convert the single parameter into multiple parameters (exactly what your solution does).

Anyway, I have just implemented the IRP in fasm, check out the 1.63.5 release when I upload it.
Post 01 Aug 2005, 15:25
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Nikolay Petrov



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great
Post 01 Aug 2005, 15:54
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