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denial



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denial
Hi...

I've two (maybe some stupid) questions. It would be nice to get an answer about. Thank you Smile

1. How can I MOVe a value to a dqword? I tried it but I could not assemble it.

2. I saw the OpenGL example in the FasmW edition - but it's only windowed. Is there also an example for fullscreen mode?

Thank you
Post 15 Sep 2004, 19:15
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roticv



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dqword = double quadword?
Post 16 Sep 2004, 08:24
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denial



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Well yes, labels declared with dq?
Post 16 Sep 2004, 11:42
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roticv



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labels decalared with dq are quadwords (declare quard).

Do you want to move from memory to register or just memory to memory?

If memory to memory, the easiest method is to use 2 movq (mmx). Or you can use ordinary mov, moving dword at a time.
Post 16 Sep 2004, 12:06
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denial



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I want to move a numerical value to these labels. Smile I just want to change their value. With MOV it doesn't seem to work. Do I have to use a size-operator or something similar?

Thank you
Post 16 Sep 2004, 14:06
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Use 2 moves to fill it up...Since you can only move one dword using the standard "mov"
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