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Dimas



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push ecx edi ebx

This construction worked without any macro. Where it defined?
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Tomasz Grysztar



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fasm manual, section 2.1.1:
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If more operands follow in the same line (separated only with spaces, not commas), compiler will assemble chain of the push instructions with these operands.

That is another piece of TASM's heritage.
Post 05 Sep 2010, 12:13
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there is no macro to do this.
This is defined intrinsically in PREPROCE.INC and X86_64.INC

edit : sorry, I had not seen the message from Tomasz

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Post 05 Sep 2010, 12:15
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ouadji wrote:
This is defined intrinsically in PREPROCE.INC and X86_64.INC
Preprocessor has nothing to do with this. Wink
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ok, only X86_64.INC

thank you Tomasz Wink

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Post 05 Sep 2010, 12:31
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I read manual many times...
It must be done once more... and once again... and more and more...

Thanks!
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ouadji: no, it is not. It is result of parser. Also, it follows just the general rules of parsing, "push" instruction is not treated specially by it.
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it's from "Parser" ... ok.
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Also, it follows just the general rules of parsing,
"push" instruction is not treated specially by it.

Yes, I know that, but I thought that "preproce.inc" managed a part of pre-processing.
When i'm working with the debugger, i don't always know which file the code comes from !

thank you for this clarification Tomasz.

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ouadji wrote:
Yes, I know that, but I thought that "preproce.inc" managed a part of pre-processing.
When i'm working with the debugger, i don't always know which file the code comes from !
You may find this thread interesting, as it partially describes the format of parsed source: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=1194
It also contains links to few more thread about fasm's internals, however some of that information is not up to date, because fasm was expanded in many areas since then.
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yes indeed, this topic is very interresting.
Thank you very much Tomasz.

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