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Roman



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Roman
I want write in one line more then 12000 symbols. Dat1 dd 1,2,3,...,12000
And i interesting Fasmw 1.73 get all symbols from this line or not ?
Post 19 Sep 2020, 13:50
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revolution
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revolution
You can try it and see if it works. I'm pretty sure it will be fine.
Post 19 Sep 2020, 14:00
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Roman



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Roman
Quote:

I'm pretty sure it will be fine.

I really hope that it will be so.
Post 19 Sep 2020, 14:31
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ProMiNick



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ProMiNick
Roman, feed it to fasmg
Code:
format binary as 'txt'
dd 'db 1'
repeat 12000
        if %>1
        db ',',`%
        end if
end repeat    

Thou not going to do test file manualy. I hope.
Post 19 Sep 2020, 19:34
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AsmGuru62



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Better question is why do you need to do that?
Why not make multiple lines?
Just curious, not trolling.
Post 20 Sep 2020, 14:56
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Roman



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Roman
It's for my fasm++
I copy and calculate many floats from one line and do write this line to file.
And do this for all lines.
Less writes to file more speed.
3 seconds write 200 mb text file with float values.
Post 20 Sep 2020, 17:46
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Overclick



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Overclick
New line is only two bytes on data massive, 0x0D0A for example. It's not divided to parts as you think.
Post 25 Sep 2020, 17:37
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