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profkid13



Joined: 21 Aug 2003
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profkid13
hi, i'm making an app in fasm but i have some questions..

i should have a variable/string or whatever they call it to save the x pos of an image in, when left key is pushed the number should get smaller etc..
how do i set such an variable and how do i change it ?
Post 20 Nov 2004, 12:07
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profkid13



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profkid13
nvm, thanx anyway Rolling Eyes Confused
Post 22 Nov 2004, 19:48
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SPTH



Joined: 24 Jul 2004
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SPTH
I really dont understand what you mean, and that's maybe also why nobody answered you.

what exactly do you need?

what i understand is define a variable
Code:
var dd 0x0 ; 4 bytes
str db 'String',0x0 ; String with certain length
    


and change the var:

Code:
dec dword [var]
    


but that's too easy, dont think you mean that...
Post 22 Nov 2004, 22:04
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profkid13



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profkid13
hmm, srry for the unclear explenation...

lets give an example:

you're making a shooting game and you want to add 5 point to the score when you shot someone.

then you want to print the variable to the screen..

(i'm very newbie to assembler Wink , do you know of any good ebooks?)
Post 23 Nov 2004, 20:35
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