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uart777



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4 standard Windows Mobile/CE ARM examples.

Tested with Microsoft Device Emulator V2: WM 6.1.4 Professional 240x400. Setup: File > Configure. Set "Shared Folder" as \FASMARM\ or your \PROJECTS\. Folder will appear in Start > File Explorer > Storage Card. If emulator freezes: File > Reset > Hard.

Rare information. Searched everywhere online and could not find any native WM/CE examples written in C or ASM (except FASMARM's examples which helped me get started). Spent 3+ days studying WM/CE, struggling with RegisterClass and CreateWindowW. WM/CE is a simplified version of Windows and it's a little bit different.

Features: Create Window, text 'edit' box, key/mouse input, GUI graphics, load/draw bitmap, file I/O, etc.

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create.main.window
create.edit.box
load.edit.file file.txt
show.window
message.loop
endm    

FASM/ARM on ARM? We could convert FASM/ARM+IDE to WM/CE. It predefines GUI, graphics, input, sound, network, USB, bluetooth. Start with WM/CE, then later, support native Android ARM and Jazelle/Java.

Imagine Pocket FASM+IDE+ML for the popular ARM netbooks sold on E-Bay. Typical units have 7"/10" screen, WIFI, 3 USB to connect mouse+keyboard+drive, VGA output to HDTV, SD. OSs: Mobile/CE/Android/Linux. Price: $20-$100 US.

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Post 17 Aug 2013, 00:44
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No, I've seen the 7" netbooks on E-Bay end for $20-$40 in good condition. Some stores sell the Sylvania models for $59-$69 new.
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I actually bought one of those netbooks, its around here somewere, 3-4 years ago for $100 with windows CE, they had an option for Linux, at that time it actually costed more iirc because they had to do it just for you... It was the cheapest PC you could get at the time and made a great portable computer although multitasking wasn't very practical thanks to low resolution and limited memory... Came straight from hong kong Wink

Also, I'd like to add real fast, that the pic you posted is exactly like the one I bought, however, take caution as mine had no external video ports, so be sure to double check, I havn't kept up with changes, but in all honesty a raspberry pi is of more value than these unless you want something super portable... (twice to 4x RAM depening on model and 3x CPU speed)
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