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edfed



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edfed
i don't see how can be made macros or structs with a transparent 'size_of_struct' inside.
a macro like this:
Code:
list1: list,element1,element2,element3
or 
list1   list (elem1,elem2,elem3)  
;size_of_strust will be calculated and puted inside transparentlly
    

that will create this code:

Code:
list1:
dd list      ;list is the function id
dd @f-$-4 ;size of the table in bytes.
dd element1
dd element2
dd element3
@@:
    


thanks for help Smile
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revolution
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Code:
macro edfeds_list lable,[element] {
 common
  local .a
  dd lable
  dd .a-$-4
 forward
  dd element
 common
  .a:
}

list1: edfeds_list list,element1,element2,element3    
Post 09 Nov 2009, 01:27
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edfed



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edfed
super! genial, awesome, merci thanks.
i didn't know it was so easy.
and if i want it on many lines, can i use the / or \ operator?

line1: list,elem1,elem2/
elem3,elem4
edit:
note it's a bit better now:
Code:
macro Gnode x,y,xl,yl,[element] {
 common
  local .a
  dd f.gnode
  dd x,y,xl,yl
  dd .a-$-4
 forward
  dd element
 common
  .a:
}
bureau: Gnode 0,0,320,200,exitor,browser,chronos,clock,calendar
    

but it needs a multiline possibility.
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Use backslash for multi line:
Code:
line1: list,elem1,elem2,\
    elem3,elem4    
Post 09 Nov 2009, 13:44
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edfed



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edfed
thanks!

i tryed but without the comma, that's why it didn't work!

now it looks like this,
Code:
bureau: Gnode 0,0,320,200,\
        exitor,\
        browser,\
        chronos,\
        clock,\
        calendar,\
        .box  
.box: Box 0,0,320,200,Silver     
    

i prefer than old style, it is a bit cleaner.

Code:
bureau dd f.gnode, 0,0,320,200,@f-$-4
dd exitor
dd browser
dd chronos
dd clock
dd calendar
dd .box
@@:
.box dd f.box,0,0,320,200,Silver
    


and what can i do to ignore optional parenthesis inside the macro?

line: Box (0,0,320,200,Silver)
Post 09 Nov 2009, 14:55
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edfed wrote:
and what can i do to ignore optional parenthesis inside the macro?

line: Box (0,0,320,200,Silver)
Does your editor have a search&replace function? Wink
Post 09 Nov 2009, 16:24
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edfed



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edfed
of course, it is fasmw. Wink Laughing

but it is not to replace '(' & ')' by ' ', but to permit useage of () for readability.
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You could try using a meta-macro to strip the brackets.
Code:
macro bracket_stripper [args] {
  common
  local params
  params equ args
  match =(nonce=),args \{params equ nonce\}
  edfeds_list params
}    
Or, if you are feeling brave, then incorporate it into the main macro code.
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