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Roman



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Roman
My macro
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macro _ [ar]{ common
define Ok 0
match z c b, ar \{

match =0 == ,Ok c \\{
; display '17',13,10
invoke b
define Ok 1
mov [z],eax \\}


match =0 =: ,Ok c \\{
match d v f ,b \\\{
invoke d
; display Ok,13,10
define Ok 1
sub eax,[f]
mov [z],eax \\\}
\\}

match =0 - ,Ok c \\{
match d v f g,b \\\{
invoke v
;display Ok,13,10
define Ok 1
sub eax,[g]
sub [z],eax \\\}
\\}



match =0 - ,Ok c \\{
match d v,b \\\{
invoke v
;display '2',13,10
define Ok 1
sub [z],eax \\\}
\\}


\}
}
Post 18 Aug 2013, 06:05
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Roman



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Roman
in code write:
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_ Tim = GetTickCount
_ Tim : GetTickCount - Tim



But how fix : on =.
I mean i want write _ Tim = GetTickCount - Tim
But if i write _ Tim = GetTickCount - Tim my macro failed.
For this reason i write _ Tim : GetTickCount - Tim . But this is not very readable (_ Tim : GetTickCount - Tim )
I write c++ style macro for this:
_ C1 = GetDlgItem,[hwnddlg],IDR_PICT
C1 this is DD 0


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Post 18 Aug 2013, 06:09
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And how write Tim = GetTickCount instead of _ Tim = GetTickCount
I mean not write this symbol _
Post 18 Aug 2013, 06:13
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Please help
Post 18 Aug 2013, 09:48
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bitRAKE



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Tim would need to be a macro. If you abstract away from the actual label name and use Tim at your high-level. Need a macro to create Tim macro.
Post 18 Aug 2013, 21:51
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Roman



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I expected to be used this macro with different variables
Post 19 Aug 2013, 14:39
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bitRAKE



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Macro names can be variable.
Post 19 Aug 2013, 18:22
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bitRAKE



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Code:
macro A B,[C] {
  common
    display `B
  forward
    irps D,C \{ display \`D \}
}

struc B {
  macro . [C] \{ \common A .,C \}
}


Tim B


Tim = B + C    
...just an example. Macro A could also be integrated into STRUC macro creation.
Code:
macro DoubleWord [name] {
  forward
    macro name [C] \{ \common A name,C \}
}


DoubleWord Tim,Sue,Vicky

Tim = B + C    
Hope it is clearer.

[Maybe an OP will be so kind as to move this to macro section of the board?]
Post 19 Aug 2013, 22:20
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Roman



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bitRAKE
Thanks !
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