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HarryTuttle



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WIN32_FIND_DATA STRUCT
  dwFileAttributes      DWORD      ?
  ftCreationTime        FILETIME <>
  ftLastAccessTime      FILETIME <>
  ftLastWriteTime       FILETIME <>
  nFileSizeHigh         DWORD      ?
  nFileSizeLow          DWORD      ?
  dwReserved0           DWORD      ?
  dwReserved1           DWORD      ?
  cFileName             BYTE MAX_PATH dup(?)
  cAlternate            BYTE 14 dup(?)
WIN32_FIND_DATA ENDS
    

because I know nothing about macros, could you show me the easies way how to translate macros masm->fasm, I got especially troubles with such piece of code like this:
Code:
cFileName             BYTE MAX_PATH dup(?)

;...
;...
.if eax!=INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE 

    
and no idea what <> means Confused

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Tommy



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Code:
cFileName BYTE MAX_PATH dup(?)    
equals:
Code:
cFileName rb MAX_PATH    

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.if eax!=INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE     
equals:
Code:
cmp eax,INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE
je end_if
; code to be ran if eax!=INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE
end_if:    
Wink
Post 19 Jan 2004, 11:15
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aaro



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and no idea what <> means

Between < and > you place your initial values for structures so <> means uninitialised structure
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