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beppe85



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As I'm brazilian, I would like to write latin(european) symbols in my code. If not for labels(would be real cool), at least for strings. The request is also for FASMW and Fresh.

Thanks.
Post 26 Oct 2004, 11:37
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bubach



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Wich symbols is it that you can't use in strings?


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Post 26 Oct 2004, 23:53
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beppe85



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Accented chars, ie. é, á, etc. But I found that fasmc accepts, it's just IDE's that do not allow typing.
Post 27 Oct 2004, 15:31
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bubach



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just as i thought.. Smile
Post 27 Oct 2004, 16:28
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Matrix



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you don't really need them, i have some too:
áéőúöüóűí
ÁÉŐÚÜÓŰÍ
and ide makes interesting thinsgs in some keys Smile
but its not a big probelem, for example i have to paste > symbol
Post 27 Oct 2004, 18:09
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comrade



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Is your default language set to Portuguese? In Control Panel->Regional Options
Post 27 Oct 2004, 23:10
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beppe85



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Yes. But I guess this have nothing to do. Sad

comrade wrote:
Is your default language set to Portuguese? In Control Panel->Regional Options
Post 28 Oct 2004, 11:23
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Matrix



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Why is it so important to use non english characters in a label?
Post 28 Oct 2004, 11:40
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beppe85



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I never said it was toooo important, it's just a matter of choice. Do you think in english? Wouldn't be cool to write in your main language?

PS: I don't tried the characters in labels on fasmc yet, I just noticed the IDEs do not accepts it. Nevermind if this could be achieved already.
Post 28 Oct 2004, 11:51
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Matrix



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it could be intersting for me for example name variables like:
Code:
éva2:
jmp éva2
narancspálinka:
jne narancspálinka
mov cx,3
pálesz:
loop pálesz
áéQúüóqíÁÉPÚÜÓpÍ:
jmp áéQúüóqíÁÉPÚÜÓpÍ
    


but you know what, i have just tried it now first time:
it worked Very Happy FASM 1.56 Win32 IDE compiles the above code without errors.
well unfortunatly in my country in many cases people who know english very well are far more intelligent than others, i'm not saying there are no exceptions, but in general this is the case, so thinking in english is some kind of representation of intelligence.
and yeah, i can think in english.
Post 28 Oct 2004, 12:01
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beppe85



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We could write it? So nice!
Post 28 Oct 2004, 12:08
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