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axlucas



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axlucas
Hi! Is there an article I can read that details the syntax differences between the assemblers, especially compared to Flat Assembler. The other one I'm most interested in is Turbo Assembler for DOS. The reason is that I have some disassembled code from DOS programs in Turbo Assembler and would feel more comfortable I could translate it to Flat Assembler and mod it with it.

Perhaps someone already made a translator from other assemblers to FASM or something similar?
Post 06 Nov 2021, 02:01
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TASM has different modes.

If you use MASM mode then there are some existing macros on this board to help fasm assemble MASM syntax.

If you use IDEAL mode then it might take only a few changes to adapt the MASM macros for IDEAL mode.
Post 06 Nov 2021, 06:25
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