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Jin X



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Jin X 03 Sep 2023, 10:56
Code:
macro x i*&
{
  display `i
}

i mov ax,bx    
This will be precessed as display 'mov' ax,bx.
How to display it correctly?
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revolution
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revolution 03 Sep 2023, 12:52
You need to iterate over the arguments.

Try using irps in the x macro and put display inside irps.
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Jin X



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Jin X 03 Sep 2023, 17:36
revolution wrote:
Try using irps in the x macro and put display inside irps.
The best I found to do is:
Code:
macro displ s& {
    display `s#' '
}

macro x i*&
{
  irps a, i \{
    displ a
  \}
}

x mov eax, [ebx+5]    
But this displays mov eax , [ ebx + 5 ] or moveax,[ebx+5] (if remove #' ')
Both look strange Sad

Can I improve it somehow?
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Roman



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Roman 03 Sep 2023, 20:53
And ignoring command mov eax, [ebx+5]

Very interesting what is mean i*& in macro x ?
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revolution 03 Sep 2023, 22:45
Jin X wrote:
Can I improve it somehow?
Yes. You can eliminate the secondary macro.
Code:
macro x i& {
        irps a, i \{
                display \`a \# ' '
        \}
}

x mov eax, [ebx+5]    
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Roman



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Roman 04 Sep 2023, 09:49
I try this but not work.
Code:
macro x i*& {  irps a, i \{
      if \`a = ' '
      display \`a \# ' '
      end if
      display \`a 
      \} } 
x mov eax,10
    


I get text moveax,10.
But i want get text mov eax,10

Fasm it is more magic than logic Smile
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revolution 04 Sep 2023, 11:08
It might make it more clear what irps does if you try this
Code:
macro x i& {
        irps a, i \{
                display '{',\`a,'}',13,10
        \}
}    
Note that no spaces are produced by irps.
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Roman



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Roman 04 Sep 2023, 11:42
I do this !
Code:
macro x i*& {  irps a, i \{
      if \`a = ':'
      display  ' '
     else
      display \`a
      end if
     
      \} }
;in code
x mov:eax,:[ebx+5]

    

I get text: mov eax, [ebx+5]
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Roman



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Roman 04 Sep 2023, 11:49
Idea !
Some fasm extra commands like irps, must have user setup parameters !
For flexible using irps !

For example
Code:
irps.p1:':'   ;This mean irps ignored symbol ':'

irps.p2:' '   ;this mean irps not ignored spaces, and perceives space as a separate element

;Or this
irps.ignr:':'
irps.sep:' '
    
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Jin X



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Jin X 04 Sep 2023, 15:12
As a solution. This displays only instruction name
Code:
macro x i*&
{
  match a b,i+ \{
    display \`a
  \}
}

x mov eax, [ebx+5]    

P.S. Roman, RTFM for * and & Wink
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