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fasmnewbie



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For learning purpose, mac16.inc should not be ignored. It is the file where I learned most of my mistakes and I got to understand index addressing, which I believe is equally as important as stack programming like in lib16.inc. You can use mac16 for comparison purposes.

I will go no further than 32-bit libraries and macros because there are "windows" and "linux" ahead of me. Not a great fan of all those OS "MsgBox", "std handle" thingy. Using "printf" and "scanf" is already giving me cancer. LOL.

Best of luck of whatever you are doing and thanks to Privalov and FASM community.

All the best.
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Due to compatibility issues with the new helper files, I have made a new thread and files here: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=169838#169838
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