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Damnation 27 Sep 2005, 05:16
asm and butchering is not a wierd combo, i like in a small town, so computer side of things don't really exist. and it was the only job going so meh, i got it.
hmmm nasm - fasm. you know what i'll try that.
as for the ide i use fresh. which u can get here i think Click Me
thanx for that information, it has surely educated me.
|27 Sep 2005, 05:16||
casey 27 Sep 2005, 10:35
So you're a part time trainee butcher because it was the only job going!
Must be a small town. As there are few people interested in asm as
opposed to a HLL it is even more surprising
I have just downloaded and tried the fresh IDE and it seems fine to me.
If you meant you would try NASM I wouldn't bother FASM is fine to learn
asm with and I understand some NASM users are converting?
I suspect there is very little absolute beginner asm tutes as most users
of FASM are perhaps very experienced.
How did you find the flat assembler programming tutorial?
Tomorrow I might find time to translate some of my NASM DOS
programs to FASM even if just to get the hang of the FASM
|27 Sep 2005, 10:35||
Damnation 27 Sep 2005, 16:22
yeah, the tutorial, wasn't very deep didn't go into much, but shed some light on things. and how to layout a dos com app.
no i meant i was going to look at some nasm source code/tutorials. and try to convert them to fasm, i know i am a beginner, but google is a very reliable friend, o and these boards of course : oP
yeah, good butchers, nice family run, everyones nice get coffee and fresh made cakes all day.
its also award winning for cleanliness, and flavours (somthing to do with sausages or somthing)
|27 Sep 2005, 16:22||
Bitdog 09 Oct 2005, 10:09
Here is an old unfinished project for newbe DOS FASM programmers
just copy/paste the above line into yer address bar & go to down load.
Put it into C: drive root and use the old pkunzip.exe 204g to unzip
to path to make a working Fasm environment
Put C:\FASM into your AUTOEXEC.BAT's SET PATH= line & reboot.
PKUNZIP -e -d -Jhrs FASMENV.ZIP
will unzip it to it's directories & subdirectories
Look into C:\FASM\INC16 for usefull PROC & MACro's
It's all about DOS .COM files.
It should give you something to chew on for a while.
All my work is free, so do anything you want to with it.
I hope that helps somehow.
|09 Oct 2005, 10:09||
casey 09 Oct 2005, 22:58
While unzipping a virus detected window popped up?
|09 Oct 2005, 22:58||
Matrix 10 Oct 2005, 04:27
its just because it contains suspicious code that searches for executables, com exe , exefind.com
; DOS 16 assemble with Fasm 1.51
; FASM EXEFIND.asm EXEFIND.com
; By Bitdog
;Converted from a Nasm template
; Check the current directory for .EXE files that
; can be converted to a .COM file using ETC.COM (Exe To Com)
;Note: I haven't completely figgured out how to get every type of .exe
; file that can possibly be converted, converted to a .com file.
; My system simply looks for a few signiture bytes in the .exe header
; that indicates there are no relocatable segments = convertable.
; But, .exe files with relocatable segments can be converted,
; using different methods. Like:
; Remove a relocated stack if there are no other relocated segments.
; The .com sets up it's own stack, so it isn't needed. etc,etc,?
; Check code for absolute adr jumps = non relocateable, else it is?
; I just don't know it .exe all.
but since everything has sources you dont have to worry about unknown viruses, you can read what they are doing before you compile them...
|10 Oct 2005, 04:27||
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