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Barak



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I want to strat learning FASM but I want to create with it hebrew software. Is there ever going to be such thing?
Post 25 Jul 2003, 10:48
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JohnFound



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IMO you have no any problem. Hebrew or not, that's a Windows API problem, not FASM, Also FASM have UNICODE support. Just read Win API help and FASM doc's.
Post 25 Jul 2003, 11:33
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Barak



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I wrote in hebrew but from the second letter and forth all the letters look like the first one.

I hope you undrstood me Wink

Barak
Post 25 Jul 2003, 13:16
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JohnFound



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Barak wrote:
I wrote in hebrew but from the second letter and forth all the letters look like the first one.
I hope you undrstood me Wink
Barak


Actually not. If first letter looks good, others must appear OK. Maybe you have some bug. Can you post some example or screenshot.
Post 25 Jul 2003, 13:27
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Tomasz Grysztar
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If can't just directly put unicode strings in your source, (which is ASCII). But you can, for example, write some unicode text in Notepad, save it to unicode text file and then put it into your program data with the command like:
Code:
unicodestring file 'somefile.txt'    
Post 25 Jul 2003, 13:29
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JohnFound



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privalov wrote:
If can't just directly put unicode strings in your source, (which is ASCII). But you can, for example, write some unicode text in Notepad, save it to unicode text file and then put it into your program data with the command like:
Code:
unicodestring file 'somefile.txt'    


Maybe:
Code:
unicodestring file 'somefile.txt'
              db 0   ; terminator
    
Post 25 Jul 2003, 13:33
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Yeah, good point, but it still needs a correction:
Code:
unicodestring file 'somefile.txt' 
              dw 0    

Wink
Post 25 Jul 2003, 14:11
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JohnFound



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Wink
Post 25 Jul 2003, 15:36
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Barak



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I've solved the problem!!!!
It is another windows bug, when I resizing the window the word set to be like it should, thanks anyway.
Post 25 Jul 2003, 18:36
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JohnFound



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JohnFound wrote:

If first letter looks good, others must appear OK. Maybe you have some bug.

Very Happy It's good that you found it. Very Happy
Enjoy FASM.
Post 25 Jul 2003, 20:23
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Barak



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Belive me I enjoy it, I'm going to start translating MenuetOS to Hebrew. Is there an option in FASM that give you the ability to use Right-To-Left GUI and font support?
Post 25 Jul 2003, 21:46
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Kevin_Zheng



Joined: 04 Jul 2003
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The fasmw.exe doesn't supported multi-language inputing. For example, It doesn't input the Chinese char . So please used ultraedit for writing source code.
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