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baldr



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baldr
Hi there!

Is it intended that use## can be used Wink as a mnemonic prefix?

Sincerely yours,
Sergio.
Post 19 Mar 2008, 19:25
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revolution
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revolution
# is already the concatenation operator. Multiple #'s are treated as one.
Post 20 Mar 2008, 03:28
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baldr



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baldr
That is not what I mean.
Code:
use16 format binary as "MBR"
use32 push eax ;db 0x50    
Post 26 Jul 2008, 22:35
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vid
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vid
why do you put "use16" before "format binary" ?
Post 27 Jul 2008, 01:28
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baldr



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baldr
Just as example. Stumble upon this when trying to mix 32 and 16 bit code (guess for what Wink). It seems that formatter's directive without arguments doesn't confuse assembler if it occurs before opcode mnemonic (buf after label).
Post 29 Jul 2008, 03:57
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vid
Bad example. There is no reason at all to precede "format" with any directive.

Mixing 16bit and 32bit code is not a problem:

Code:
use16

mov ax, [bx+si]
jmp 0008:xyz

use32

xyz:
mov eax, [ebx]
....    
Post 29 Jul 2008, 14:48
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