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kalambong



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kalambong
lostcauz wrote:
No, nothing like you. He assembled the program just fine. He didn't report the 'sky is falling', nor did he give a fictional "fix" for the program




Cool down, dude

Coooooool down ...
Post 06 Apr 2012, 08:41
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macgub



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Hi.
Sources looks intresting.
I compile app.
fasm "grtest.asm" -s "grtest.fas"
But how can I run .fas file on xp Question Is it Windows executable Question
Fasmw gives me 'out of memory'.
Post 11 Apr 2012, 07:13
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bzdashek



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macgub wrote:
Hi.
Sources looks intresting.
I compile app.
fasm "grtest.asm" -s "grtest.fas"
But how can I run .fas file on xp Question Is it Windows executable Question
Fasmw gives me 'out of memory'.

*.fas is not an executable file - it's debug symbols for debugging the program.

You can try to compile like that:
Code:
fasm grtest.asm
    

it will generate grtest.exe, run it, and you're done.

Executable files in DOS/Windows have an *.exe extension.

typedef
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Post 11 Apr 2012, 07:43
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macgub



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OK Problem solved, thanks Very Happy
Post 11 Apr 2012, 08:32
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Sasha



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Sasha
Question. What is faster? Gdi or Gdi+ ? The Gdi is much simpler but if you wont to output pictures with good fps and low cpu load maybe it worth to study Gdi+ ?
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typedef
bzdashek wrote:


typedef
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Post 21 Jul 2012, 00:37
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Post 21 Jul 2012, 06:53
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Sasha



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Sasha
Does the StretchDIBits function, that is used in the example, is the fastest way to output image from memory ? I used CreateBitmap + CreateCompatibleDC + SelectObject + BitBlt before.
Post 21 Jul 2012, 09:58
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Sasha wrote:
Does the StretchDIBits function, that is used in the example, is the fastest way to output image from memory ?
No one can know the answer to this. Everyone has different hardware/software/OS version/GPU/CPU/mobo/etc. so even if you do a test on your particular machine the results cannot be expected to be valid for other configurations.
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If one of the functions is a wraper for another, it's better to use the second. And it's not depends on os/cpu.
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It coul'd be wrapper on one version and vice versa on the other. So, only runtime test can help...
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