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Tomasz Grysztar
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Finally the new examples section is alive - though only few examples are listed, I will add more soon.
If you want to submit some examples, please submit them here, but please follow the rules of packaging I've listed in this thread: http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=980#8661
Post 19 Jun 2004, 22:05
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Hi, Admin

BTW, where is [Examples] section? !?

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Why not check the main page... Really

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Thanks.

i thought it was in this forum.
i think i seldom extract the zip files.
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I changed my tray example that now it uses standard FASM macros. The program is very simple, but it is a good skeleton for tray apps.
Post 20 Jun 2004, 12:23
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how about adding links to examples at private sites (decard's, comrades etc.)?
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All the examples should have OS in brackets ie
Power(Win32)
GTK examples(Linux)
It's a bit uncomfortable to do mouse_over on these links to see if they are
zipped or targzd Wink

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Post 07 Aug 2004, 21:28
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Awesome!
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Tested on 9x/2K/XP!

The design(1):
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Power
Size: 7 kilobytes

Example of exponenting huge numbers with only 32bit registers.
Also demonstrates conversion between DEC(packed)<=>HEX<=>DEC(string).
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The design(2):
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ConvDLG
Size: 6 kilobytes

Example of conversions between 35 different numbersystems(bases).
Pattern insertion, instant conversion, analyting key-processor, etc.
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Description: PowerMulDiv application - third version. Speed improvements and bugfixes.
Download
Filename: Power.zip
Filesize: 6.95 KB
Downloaded: 279 Time(s)

Description: Conversion dialog - fourth version. Improved pattern-detection and few fixes.
Download
Filename: ConvDLG.zip
Filesize: 6.2 KB
Downloaded: 286 Time(s)


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Post 11 Sep 2004, 11:15
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Madis731 wrote:
Works only on NT machines (2K, XP,...) and crashes if used on 9x/ME, don't know why.

The design:
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Power
Size: 7 kilobytes

Example of exponenting huge numbers with only 32bit registers.
Also demonstrates conversion between DEC(packed)<->HEX<->DEC(string).
————————

P.S. All the examples should have OS in brackets ie
Power(Win32)
GTK examples(Linux)
It's a bit uncomfortable to do mouse_over on these links to see if they are
zipped or targzd Wink

Update: Some optimizations made on calculations, its about 10.7 times
faster, but the bottleneck is conversion so you can't feel much difference Sad


I would be surprised that it would work on all os. The code is sloppy. (btw it crashed on my XP)

Code:
label dat dword at 07E0000h
    

How can you assume that the memory is accessible? Can't you just use HeapAlloc?
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I crawled the web and also asked about it in forums. I couldn't find anything helpful so I did this Sad
If you could show me some example code to allocate to some address, that I WANT(on any Win OS), then I would be grateful.

BTW, have you tried the latest application?

I will delete the old one now.
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Code:
invoke GetProcessHeap
invoke HeapAlloc, eax, 0, sizetoallocated
mov [pointertodata], eax
    
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UPDATE: irrelevant - just here for reference. Now the tests run under a second...
Test this out, I think I have fixed it:
Testing programs
Code:
;Test results
Pentium III 600MHz / 128MB RAM / Win2K SP4
VirtualAllocPowerMul:
    Time:     ~1m:03s
    FinalMem: ~1 728KB
HeapAllocPowerMul:
    Time:     ~1m:03
    FinalMem: ~1 728KB
    

Ran them together and they allocated memory at different times but the final
result was still the same. At some point one was leading with 8KB, then the
other one. Something to do with W2K memory management. Confused

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Post 12 Sep 2004, 12:18
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Even the huge BSS section is better than such hardcoded addresses. Keep the RD.
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If you mean RD=ReserveDouble, then THIS was the reason I began to use other alternatives to allocate memory. The limit was 70000h-Heap or so and I cannot be sure if I can write to that memory or not Sad
Now when everything should be fixed, it seems to run ok just some testing needed because I only have 2k SP4 and 98SE Razz
...but it works fine there:D and the other app too (conversiondialog)

If it doesn't work, does anyone have any idea why?


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It doesn't work on XP.
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Ok, I finally got my hands on a Toshiba laptop with XP Pro (5.1.2600)
and tested ConvDLG, PowerMul(VirtualAlloc and HeapAlloc) and they all
worked fine.
98, 98SE, 2K no SP,SP2,SP4 work fine. I don't understand, what seems to
be the problem Sad

What do you mean - it doesn't work?
-Illegal operation
-some sort of exception
-it doesn't start
-it shuts down without any error message
...
maybe you are not patient enough 1234^5678 took me a minute
you should try sth like 5^6=15625 or 2^32=4294967296 ...

BTW, updated ConvDLG - now it has what I call intelligent pattern distinction
inputting A, 6, 0, Z, 1 in BINary translates to 1010,110,0,100011,1 which is
101011001000111 BIN => 22087 DEC and you can do it in any mode 2-36


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Basic keylogger/keyboard hook example written with fresh.I've only tested it on windows ME but it should work on later versions of windows, I hope. Smile


Description:
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Filename: Keylog.zip
Filesize: 8.98 KB
Downloaded: 292 Time(s)


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