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okasvi



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okasvi
Hi, I've been reading this board for few days now and always seen here at boards and all tutorials etc. everyone saying that its easy to convert masm to fasm, but long as AFAIK only few lines of code was converted as example in some tutorial (i guess it was the one hosted on decard's site) but im looking for more complete "tutorial" for doing that.
I want to learn fasm so I can use it in my PureBasic(great language coded in fasm Smile) projects to do stuff directly in fasm instead of not-always-so-fast-and-sometimes-even-cpu-consuming-internal-pb-api Smile
what I'm looking for is just where basic stuff is covered.

Thanks in advance if anyone has time to write down some basics Smile

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Madis731



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If you have checked all the help FASM can give, then the next suggestion would be:
http://menuet.homelinux.net/Main_Page
MenuetOS is coded in FASM too and on that page you can see Asm:Learning.

On current FASM (1.64) you don't need much converting since Tomasz made some macros that help MASM code to be assembled too without much hassle Razz I think it was covered in some 1.6x topic Confused

Only thing *new* you have to learn in FASM (when you know ASM already) is its macros:
Powerful:
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=2265
Helpful:
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=588
Small:
Read about the new MATCH that was introduced!

...something here too...
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=3619
Post 22 Aug 2005, 10:41
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okasvi



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Thank you for replying.

I sure will look on those Smile

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