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I thought the operator ~ was a conditional assembly operator. Turned out it evaluates correctly at compile time as well. Or am I interpreting this wrong altogether? Not very good at this.

Code:
.if ~ebx  ;.if ebx = 0
    mov ax,0x30
    stosw
    stdcall prnstrz,addr valstr
    ret
.endif      
Post 05 Oct 2017, 00:43
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For the native if ~ means a logical not. For the macro .if ~ can mean anything the macro author desires.
Post 05 Oct 2017, 07:30
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