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l4m2



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l4m2
fasm makes INT as a in-fun, while fasng lets it be
Code:
macro int x
  db 0xcc(x=3)
  db 0xcd, x(x<>3)
end macro    


yet some still can be macro but builtn i fasmg:
Code:
macro dw [x] forward
  assume x>-32769&x<65536
  db x and 255, x shr 8
end macro    

so what's the min?(can add unexisted command)


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Post 16 Aug 2016, 17:31
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revolution
Please clarify what exactly are you asking? I changed the title already but it is not clear to me what you actually want.
Post 16 Aug 2016, 19:34
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l4m2



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Let's say we use only db, macro, match, display, equ and sth. in fasmg(not all), and define other things. Possible?
Post 17 Aug 2016, 01:42
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revolution wrote:
Please clarify what exactly are you asking? I changed the title already but it is not clear to me what you actually want.
The title was badly changed from "min(that should be smallest) fasmg" to "a macro that gets the smallest number"
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You can change the title at any time. I was trying to help, but clearly I failed.
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