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Razneb



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Razneb
I am trying to import the API 'RegisterHotkey', which is located in the USER32.dLL file.

However, in FASM, when I try to import 'RegisterHotkey' and compile I get a messagebox saying: "The procedure entry point RegisterHotkey could not be located in the dynamic link library USER32.DLL"

But, that's where 'RegisterHotkey' is located.

Any ideas???

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Post 24 Feb 2005, 01:11
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coconut



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coconut
paste your import section here?
Post 24 Feb 2005, 05:22
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Razneb



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Razneb
Here it is.

Code:
section ".idata" import data readable writeable
library KERNEL32,"KERNEL32.DLL",\
    USER32,"USER32.DLL",\
    GDI32,"GDI32.DLL"

import GDI32,\
       CreateFont,"CreateFontA"

import KERNEL32,\
       GetModuleHandle,"GetModuleHandleA",\
       OpenProcess,"OpenProcess",\
       WriteProcessMemory,"WriteProcessMemory",\
       ReadProcessMemory,"ReadProcessMemory",\
       CloseHandle,"CloseHandle",\
       ExitProcess,"ExitProcess"

import USER32,\
       FindWindow,"FindWindowA",\
       GetWindowThreadProcessId,"GetWindowThreadProcessId",\
       SendMessage,"SendMessageA",\
       MessageBox,"MessageBoxA",\
       RegisterClass,"RegisterClassA",\
       CreateWindowEx,"CreateWindowExA",\
       DefWindowProc,"DefWindowProcA",\
       ShowWindow,"ShowWindow",\
       LoadCursor,"LoadCursorA",\
       LoadIcon,"LoadIconA",\
       GetMessage,"GetMessageA",\
       TranslateMessage,"TranslateMessage",\
       DispatchMessage,"DispatchMessageA",\
       RegisterHotkey,"RegisterHotkey",\
       UnregisterHotkey,"UnregisterHotkey",\
       PostQuitMessage,"PostQuitMessage"    
Post 24 Feb 2005, 05:25
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revolution
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RegisterHotKey,"RegisterHotKey",\

Use a capital "K"
Post 24 Feb 2005, 07:17
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liteonish



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liteonish
Umm... A bit offtopic, but I've read that even if you include the whole damn library FASM only actually includes the parts that your exe needs. If that's true, isn't there no point to including every string separately?

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Post 24 Feb 2005, 13:01
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JohnFound



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liteonish wrote:
Umm... A bit offtopic, but I've read that even if you include the whole damn library FASM only actually includes the parts that your exe needs. If that's true, isn't there no point to including every string separately?


Yes, there is no point, but visibly the people like to build its import tables manually or simply don't like to read the macro definitions... Very Happy

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Post 24 Feb 2005, 13:21
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gumletis



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gumletis
Also if you include manuelt, you can import from other librarys them you not normaly do with, fx your own....
Post 25 Feb 2005, 07:58
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crc



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Quote:
Umm... A bit offtopic, but I've read that even if you include the whole damn library FASM only actually includes the parts that your exe needs. If that's true, isn't there no point to including every string separately?


I import the parts I need manually for two reasons. First, I use a scaled down, slightly customized version of the macros. Secondly, it helps those reading my source to see exactly what functions I'm actually using.
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