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senolc_eht



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can I make an window with fasm and using it as in visual basic as main form?

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Post 14 Dec 2007, 11:25
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I think, that in VB theme sleepsleep could be most competent of us. Smile
Post 14 Dec 2007, 12:14
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you can make a DLL with fasm, and call it from a VB app but i dont see a way of making a "form" or just a "window" in fasm to load into VB. maybe you can compile an exe in fasm, and use it somehow as a resource from the VB app
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like coconut said, you can always use fasm to ouput dll file and call it from vb, i assume u use vb6 Razz not the new .net bla bla vb.

and you can also make window in fasm, but must put it in a proc, so that you can call it (invoke) it from vb. ~ so your vb must start from a module bas file, if you want to use it this way.

but isn't it easier to create window from vb itself? Smile

thanks mhajduk Smile guess that is the result after i conducted some class to teach vb Razz (spreading evils) >>>> Razz
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but isn't it easier to create window from vb itself?


yes but I want to make main windows with registration window that can't extracted by VB decompiler Smile.

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you can make a DLL with fasm, and call it from a VB app but i dont see a way of making a "form" or just a "window" in fasm to load into VB


I was using this approach and make 3 proc
LoadForm -> to make the window
MessageHandle --> to handle the window message
GetVarible --> to get the variable from the window to handle by the vb

and I loaded from module.bas, it's work but crash the vb on the second run (F5).

i don't bring the source right now but i will upload it next time i online.

Regard,
senolc_eht
Post 17 Dec 2007, 00:12
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This is my source code, and i change my statement it's still a lot crash in vb..

any help to fix the crash..?

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Description: vb with fasm as main window
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i just took a look on it.
wondering why not you just use SetWindowLong and change the default vb form window procedure message proc to the one in your dll ?

and btw, you mentioned about vb decompiler, could i know the name of that application that you tested?
Post 17 Dec 2007, 22:46
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and btw, you mentioned about vb decompiler, could i know the name of that application that you tested?


www.vb-decompiler.org,
I download the lite version it extract all my form that i made with vb, even the code is in assemby form.

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wondering why not you just use SetWindowLong and change the default vb form window procedure message proc to the one in your dll ?


thanks i forget about that api...

regard
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