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alorent



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alorent
Hello,

I have been searching aroung but didnt find a solution for this.

I have my application with many .asm modules, hence I produce several OBJs and linked all together in the end.

Some variables are referenced by other modules, so I have to declare them with "extrn".

In MASM I can do something like:

extrn MyVar:DWORD, MyVar2:DWORD.....MyVarN:DWORD

but in FASM I have to put each variable with an own "extrn" directive, like:

extrn MyVat:DWORD
extrn MyVar2:DWORD
...
extrn MyVarN:DWORD


Is there any way in FASM to make it behave like in MASM? So, we can define several extrn in a single line.

Thanks.
Post 05 Jan 2006, 15:25
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Code:
macro extrn [def] {extrn def}
extrn MyVar:DWORD, MyVar2:DWORD    
Post 05 Jan 2006, 15:30
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alorent



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alorent
Amazing!!! Very Happy

Thanks Tomasz!
Post 05 Jan 2006, 15:54
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