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dickhead



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can anybody help with arrays explanation. i dunno much (coz i'm a kid Laughing and a nuB too).

Wink
bla bla

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Post 30 Nov 2003, 12:49
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Hi dickhead,


Is something wrong with you? Why are you posting so much, even when it is not needed? Cut down on the crap boy.

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Do you understand how to use arrays in C or you don't know anything about arrays at all?

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dickhead



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i know arrays in c but how can i define and use arrays in assmbly


i mean

how to do things like

char mystring[50];

like in java

String[] mystring = { "hello", a" };

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bla bla

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Post 30 Nov 2003, 12:58
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string rb 50

string db "hello",0
Post 30 Nov 2003, 12:59
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dickhead



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thanks and good day roticv

how to use these in for loops and instring and others.

Wink
bla bla

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Post 30 Nov 2003, 13:01
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Have a look at :

http://board.win32asmcommunity.net/phpwiki/index.php/AllAboutStrings

PS: Just too lazy to repeat what I have typed before.
Post 30 Nov 2003, 13:04
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silkodyssey



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dickhead,

Didn't I suggest you read dr paul carter's asm tutorial at the win32asmboard. If you read that it will answer a lot of your questions. Smile It's perfect for you seeing that you know C already. It's targetted to people who know C already and want to learn assembly language. It teaches asm by showing you how something that you do in C would be done is assembly. You should check it out. It's not long, under 200 pages I think. I know you're eager to start writing a lot of code but you have to take it one step at a time. Smile

dr paul carter's asm tutorial:
http://www.drpaulcarter.com/pcasm/

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Post 30 Nov 2003, 13:09
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dickhead



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i see

but i dont understand one thing in example 1

what does or al, al do?

it doesn't mean anything does it?

HI silyodyssey

are you odyssey from boardwin32

that tutorial uses nasm and i want to use fasm.

how to do .code and .data in fasm?

Wink
blabla

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Post 30 Nov 2003, 13:10
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In English its a test to determine if al has the value 0(with jz instruction). To understand how it works you need to read about logical operations. Here's a good link:

http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/Page_AoAWin/HTML/DataRepresentationa4.html#999290

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