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catafest



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catafest
I saw some tutorials about how to use Intermediate language over C#.
My question is:

What is the correct fasm format (maybe one example and skils/formats/infos ) to make some functions under dll file and also to use with Intermediate language over C#?
Post 15 Mar 2015, 12:34
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l_inc



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catafest
Please, elaborate. What exactly do you want to achieve?

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Post 15 Mar 2015, 13:06
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l_inc wrote:
catafest
Please, elaborate. What exactly do you want to achieve?

I try today LinqPad and this help me to see something more about assembling language under C# App.
Can be this a good help over fasm coding with C# example ?
For example I see one tutorial how has this source code :
Code:
 .maxstack 2
    .entrypoint
    
    ldstr "The sum of 50 and 30 is = "
    call void [mscorlib]System.Console::Write (string)
    
    ldc.i4.s 50
    ldc.i4 30    
    add
    call void [mscorlib]System.Console::Write (int32)
    ret    

as you can see somethis it's like fasm :
.maxstack 2
Post 15 Mar 2015, 17:49
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l_inc



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catafest
OK. So you want to write code using the .net byte code assembly language. It is possible to do with fasm, but you'd need to create a set of macros for that. Here's an example of this for Java bytecode.

However to clarify my concerns:
1) It is possible to call the native x86/x64 code written in fasm from your C# code, if you compile your fasm source into a separate dll.
2) It is possible to link the native x86/x64 code written in fasm together with your C# project, if you compile your fasm source into an object file.

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