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osofem



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osofem
Trying my hands out in the world of assembly and will like to ask some few questions about FASM before I waste my time and sanity in learning it.

1. I read that FASM can output COFF .obj file. Can this .obj file be linked together with other .obj files generated from other programs like GoRC (Resource Compiler).

2. How can executable generated with FASM be made UAC aware (like making them run with admin privilege) in Windows

3. Where can I find a Step by Step tutorial of asm in FASM
Post 09 Jul 2013, 14:13
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1. Yes. Through some compilers like Visual Studio or Pelles-C. You'll have to make another object in order to link them both.

2. Using manifest files.

3. First learn Assembly itself then you can use any IDE you want.

The Art Of Assemnbly - --- http://bit.ly/1akYMa4
Post 09 Jul 2013, 15:17
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typedef wrote:
1. Yes. Through some compilers like Visual Studio or Pelles-C. You'll have to make another object in order to link them both.

2. Using manifest files.

3. First learn Assembly itself then you can use any IDE you want.

The Art Of Assemnbly - --- http://bit.ly/1akYMa4


Thanks for that...
Post 10 Jul 2013, 07:50
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