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typedef



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Then I think masm is for that; to provide includes for fasm lol.
Post 29 Dec 2011, 05:08
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Enko



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typedef wrote:
@loco
Then I think masm is for that; to provide includes for fasm lol.

masm is a good assembler but there are three things that I don´t like.

1)comand line.... I love SISO, detest switching params in the comand line or in the project options.
2)OFFSET, ADDR. The borland ideal mode is much more syntax clear.
3)lib include and linker.
Post 29 Dec 2011, 13:27
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It was sometime in 2004. I received a calling from mother nature:

"YONG, try your best to free T.G. from his religious entanglement. Otherwise, fasm v2.0 will NEVER be available!"

That's why I came here. Wink

But I failed. Crying or Very sad
Post 29 Dec 2011, 13:54
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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YONG wrote:
It was sometime in 2004. I received a calling from mother nature:

"YONG, try your best to free T.G. from his religious entanglement. Otherwise, fasm v2.0 will NEVER be available!"

That's why I came here. Wink

But I failed. Crying or Very sad
Perhaps you can move your efforts towards khatch instead? Idea
Post 29 Dec 2011, 13:59
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YONG



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khatch? A forum member? Rolling Eyes
Post 29 Dec 2011, 14:01
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revolution
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YONG wrote:
khatch? A forum member? Rolling Eyes
Yes. Razz Good luck with your quest.
Post 29 Dec 2011, 14:03
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Picnic



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I always love to learn the history of each.

There is also this older topic

How did you hear about FASM?
Post 05 Jan 2012, 22:48
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cod3b453



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Started looking up assembly/assemblers when I was getting those fun Win98 errors; I even managed to debug a "BSOD" caused by one of my applications once Laughing It was about then I realised it didn't get any closer to the HW and so I thought I'd give OS development a try...8 years later still trying Crying or Very sad But after some searching I came across FASM, which was the first non-AT&T-BS-syntax assembler I got to do something useful out of the 2/3 I tried.
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sleepsleep
i don't know how many nick i got here in this forum,
but as far as i could remember, i got 2 nick,
the first post i made was in the year of 2004, now is 2012.

if ma not mistaken, i came here because i want to code my own OS, having only 2 books about assembly language, i start my journey to become the next bill gates.

8 long years, now i don't want to become like bill gates, lots of things change, what i believe, what i want in this life, how should i face my own death, business, friends, stupid love etc.

well, if you ask me, i would say ma more enlightened than those days.

i tried nasm, masm before, but last, i stay with fasm till now.
Post 07 Jan 2012, 03:33
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shutdownall



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I looked for a free assembler for x86 to develop some assembler code for my PC. Found several proposals, some not free, some to complicate and FASM looked very good. I still not very familiar with macro programming but like the facilities of FASM and the possibility to change something due to source code delivery. Very Happy

I think FASM is the best product on the market, even better than borland assembler. Nothing to talk about MASM. Rolling Eyes
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typedef



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typedef
Privalov must be proud to hear all these praises FASM is receiving.
Post 09 Jan 2012, 02:08
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