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Chewy509



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Hi Everyone,

I'm doing some research on the various COFF formats that are available. My understanding that FASM supports both the DJGPP and MS COFF formats.

It is possible to define an entry point (and the additional executable header) when using the DJGPP COFF format? All my testing only produces a OBJ file which must be linked into another format before it can be executed.

Also does someone have a list of the different magic numbers, used in COFF? (From what I understand the Magic number, not only tells us that it's a COFF, but what system it was designed for).
Post 30 Oct 2004, 03:21
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mastermind



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I am interested as well, because I wish to replace NASM with FASM.
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