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Teehee



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Teehee
Hi. Smile

I'm doing an assembler (nothing so serious - zasm is his name Razz) in fasm assembler, of course, and I've almost done with the lexical analyzer (scanner), I would like you could test it and report me bugs. Then i can optimize the scanner before go to next step.

Here a code example:
Code:
@COM
    EXECUTE 0x21

    mov dx msg
    mov ah 0x09
    int EXECUTE

    mov ah 0x4C
    int EXECUTE

    msg db 'Hello world!$'    


(More syntax here)

Notes:

  • Macro scanner is not yet implemented (so do not test them).
  • when using an address displacement (ex. mov [eax+ebx] 0) type the register name in uppercase (EAX+EBX). (this is provisory)
  • in the example code above if you remove the line EXECUTE 0x21 it will work with no error, remember: its a scanner step only.
  • the only error message displayed if a syntax is wrong is: invalid line [#]. Sorry for that Razz. So if you get this message and cannot solve it, post here!
  • right now it parses all general purpose registers and the following instruction: adc, add, and, dec, inc, int, mov, or, pop, push, sub, test, xor. Do not try any other. Razz
  • @PE directive or similars need at least one session (ex. @code) in order to work with no error msg. (and do not let it empty, or... Shocked i will fix that)
  • Pay attention in whitespace. Some erros may happen because of them. I do not yet parse them in all places, for example, in expressions (2+2 ok; 2 + 2 error!). But i'm doing.. help me find them Razz


How to use
Type a test.asm code file and drop it to zasm.exe. Or use command line if you like.

Please, test it! Thanks


Description: new version with some bugfixes
Download
Filename: zasm_v0.0.1.7z
Filesize: 2.1 KB
Downloaded: 371 Time(s)


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Post 05 Oct 2011, 00:08
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addes3



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I saw this on google code a while ago. The reference labels look a lot better then FASM's @F and @B.
Post 06 Oct 2011, 00:04
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addes3 wrote:
I saw this on google code a while ago. The reference labels look a lot better then FASM's @F and @B.


But which one is better ? Rolling Eyes Very Happy
Post 06 Oct 2011, 01:01
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Teehee



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Teehee
No feedback yet?? perhaps there is no errors?! impossible Laughing, come on guys, help me!!

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Post 06 Oct 2011, 08:43
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emc



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I saw this too, and I have posted a comment about "<" labels. I said it's cool to write "(30<)" instead "<<< ... <<<" 30 times. Do you saw? (long ago) Wink
Post 06 Oct 2011, 16:33
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Teehee



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i did and answered you Wink

i've found some bugs in my scanner right now (on unknow instructions), i'm working to fix them.

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*edit* Note: I've just upload a new version with some bug fixes, please download it again.

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What exactly does this do? Tell us if there are errors?
All I get is "Press any key to continue . . ."
Post 06 Oct 2011, 22:57
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Teehee



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addes3 wrote:
What exactly does this do? Tell us if there are errors?
All I get is "Press any key to continue . . ."


it will analyze your code input for valid syntax. If you saw "press any key to continue..." that means your syntax is ok. You will see 'invalid line [#]' when you make some mistake.

ex.
Code:
mov eax eax ; this line is valid, so
; output: Press any key to continue...
mov 3 eax   ; this line is invalid, so
; output: invalid line [#]    

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Post 06 Oct 2011, 23:53
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Ohhh okay.
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