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sylwek32



Joined: 27 Apr 2006
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sylwek32
Hey, what do you think about a (q)basic alternative written in FASM ?
I am a newbie in FASM but i am very good in Basic language C and and and Wink

Maybe somebody here wants to help me ?

Or somebody can tell me how to do something like this..

It would be great if it would use basic(?) commands.. ^^

Or :

what do you think about a "OS MAKER" for the very young generation ^^
Laughing


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Post 07 Jun 2006, 21:47
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silkodyssey



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If you can read HLA you could take a look at the HLABasic example in the hlaexamples package.

http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/AsmTools/HLA/hla_examples/HLABasic/index.html

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Post 08 Jun 2006, 01:49
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zubi



Joined: 27 Apr 2006
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zubi
If you are interested in implementing the features of a language but not bother with source text parsing I recommend you to use so called compiler compilers which parse the source according to your grammar and give you the tokens. Then you'll need to do a semantic analysis and generate code. My suggestion for such thing is http://www.devincook.com/goldparser. I should warn you though, if you want to make something at least usable just don't unterestimate the task, it may prove especially daunting if you attempt to write it entirely in assembly languge, for which you say you're a newbie. You might consider writing it in a high level language, preferably with the one you have most experience, but making it generate code for FASM to assemble, instead of learning all the intricacies of object file formats, opcodes etc.
Post 08 Jun 2006, 17:26
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