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comrade



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comrade
not sure what it does, from documentation I understand this is statement has no effect. I would like to do memcpy from virtual at 0 block to actual file (which I assume is virtual at $). I do something like:
Code:
orgpos = $
virtual at 0
    db "abc"
    count = $
    repeat count
        load char from %-1
        virtual at orgpos+%-1
            db char
        end virtual
    end repeat
end virtual    


This supposed to be equivalent of simply defining "db 'abc'". Possible?

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Post 19 Feb 2004, 05:18
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No. "virtual at $" if still virtual, it is not in actual file. Simply it is based to current offset.

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Post 19 Feb 2004, 08:11
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So now way to do such memory copy?

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Post 19 Feb 2004, 14:24
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