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Dopefish



Joined: 18 Nov 2007
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Dopefish
It was only meant to do one simple thing. There is no need to make it do more. It's something simple with a decent interface that you get the answer you're looking for and be done with it. Smile
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ic2



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Whoopee, I'm getting close. Never read into this before. Thanks vid...

Would anyone know what is to be used that is equivalent to dwtoa or is there a dwtoa procedure around here somewhere. I did a search and only turned up one that had problems with neg-numbers and something somewhere else lead me here.

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=1835
Post 06 May 2008, 03:59
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vid
Verbosity in development


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yup, there are "conv." functions ready just for you Smile
Post 06 May 2008, 09:01
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ic2



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ic2
I been reading your thread and Wow... That took some Great efforts and some wonderful team work. I can see daylight now. I can even understand how macros and a whole lot more works after reading that. It seems to help to put an end to my 1000's question list. I missed a lot while searching... the best of it all was on the first pages all along.

Thanks vid
and Team
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Borsuc



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Even thought I do not use standard libraries (even in C Wink ), I must admit the code is inspiring Smile
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vid
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thanks grey beast, valued double from you.
Post 08 May 2008, 12:25
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edfed



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vid:
is there any way to use fasmlib in my OOP way?

it would be interresting just to ry an unification.

i never use syscall or stack frames...
Post 08 May 2008, 14:46
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vid
Verbosity in development


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I think that at least following FASMLIB procedure design guidelines would be good - argument passing and returning. Always returning error status in CF makes it easier to automatically test return values, unless you want real SEH.

Also, for OOP you *need* some memory allocation, and FASMLIB provides Asm-friendly way for portable (win32, linux) memory allocation.
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