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Slai



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Slai
Is there a way to put 2 lines of code in one line ? or a macro ? For example:
cmp eax,3 | je case3
Post 31 Aug 2006, 01:41
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vid
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maybe this works, i didn't test it:

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macro lines [arg] {arg}
lines <cmp eax,3>, <je case3>    
Post 31 Aug 2006, 05:06
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revolution
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Code:
irp instr,<cmp eax,3>, <je case3>{instr}    
Post 31 Aug 2006, 05:32
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Tomasz Grysztar



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See also this thread. Wink
Post 31 Aug 2006, 06:48
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Slai



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Slai
Thanks for the replies. Though I was looking for something like a symbol that can be converted to CR and LF at preprocess time, as I want to use it to fit my import, resources sections, macros and others in less lines (with the tweak from the link I coldn't do that). Maybe something like equ or fix that will convert for example "|" to CR,LF (as I am not using this symbol at all) at preprocess time ? ( I couldn't think of any sybol that is not used by FASM)
ps: I am looking through PREPROCE.INC to try to tweak something, but I am not good at all at reading source code, even as well organized this one is.
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