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randall



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randall
Hi,

rept used in struc works strange in my opinion.

I have:

Code:
struc scene1 {

; ...

rept 3 n \{
  .yyy#n dq 0 \}

}
    


And this causes errors because fasm tries to generate:

Code:
scene1:
scene1.yyyn dq 0
scene1.yyyn dq 0
scene1.yyyn dq 0
    


Why? Why isn't it:

Code:
scene1:
scene1.yyy1 dq 0
scene1.yyy2 dq 0
scene1.yyy3 dq 0
    


When rept is used outside struc I get what I want:

Code:
rept 3 n {
.yyy#n dq 0 }
    


Gives:

Code:
.yyy1 dq 0
.yyy2 dq 0
.yyy3 dq 0
    


Thanks,
Michal
Post 26 Feb 2016, 15:58
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revolution
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revolution
You have to use the backslash for the # also.
Code:
struc scene1 {

; ...

rept 3 n \{
  .yyy\#n dq 0 \}

}    
Post 26 Feb 2016, 16:00
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randall



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randall
revolution wrote:
You have to use the backslash for the # also.
Code:
struc scene1 {

; ...

rept 3 n \{
  .yyy\#n dq 0 \}

}    


Great! Thanks a lot.
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