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Dunduk



Joined: 08 Sep 2003
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Dunduk
Hi there,
I tried to use 'pushd' macro by using 'addr' in invoke. And it caused error:
Code:
  lea edx,..arg
   error: invalid operand    

I change 'lea edx,..arg' by 'lea edx,[..arg]' --- and it worked.
And I think that this:
Code:
    if ..opcode = 0A1h
      push arg
    else
      lea edx,[..arg]
      push edx
    end if    

is a little wrong. I think it must be like:
Code:
    if ..opcode = 0A1h
      lea edx,[..arg]
      push edx
    else
      push arg
    end if    

May be I'm wrong because I'm newbie. Tell me please anyone how it must look. (sorry for my english Embarassed)
Post 08 Sep 2003, 02:51
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scientica
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scientica
Could you please who us the invoke line, are you "sending" any locals/agruments as parameters to the function you are invoking/calling?

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Post 08 Sep 2003, 04:43
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Dunduk



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Dunduk
scientica wrote:
Could you please who us the invoke line, are you "sending" any locals/agruments as parameters to the function you are invoking/calling?

For example:
Code:
invoke MessageBox, NULL, addr msg, msg, MB_OK
...
msg db 'Example',0
    

Maybe I'm mistaken using such syntax? I don't know...
Post 08 Sep 2003, 04:50
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Tomasz Grysztar
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You are using the old, buggy version of that macro, I've updated the 1.49 package with the new version, please download and use it.
Post 08 Sep 2003, 13:56
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Dunduk



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Dunduk
Privalov wrote:
You are using the old, buggy version of that macro, I've updated the 1.49 package with the new version, please download and use it.

Thanks. I thought it was something wrong with my head Smile
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