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idle



Joined: 06 Jan 2011
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idle
hi
it's still me but under different name

making the module, several alike topics had been created here and at wasm.ru too(...ideas picking...)
i see no importance in remembering those links as the ones were of research interest making the way here
every time i say all's up, a fix-up appears soon and that seems to be a tradition
this topic was taken as a summarizing because it touches fasm compiler
the work touches some parts of it i'd change, some other questions once raised, not always related to fasm too
having found that macro and the link i wrote all parts for a i386 machine
that would significantly extend fasmcalc

main changes:
i386-code
i387 automatically detected before entering float mode
mmx calculations automatically disabled if no support found
calling simplified

all the developing details, proc bunch, and common user intro is here
i did not produce fasmw's modification - it would be same as in an archive by the link over
that's a pity but no fasmd modification can be done from my side - i do not understand

thanks
Post 21 Jan 2011, 08:47
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idle



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i'm also asking you opening '\exe\calc.asm' and translating the strings into your language, and putting those here
Post 21 Jan 2011, 08:54
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