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dacid



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dacid
LOCAL things[THREADS]:THING_INFO

I need to make this but with a variable ... how can be done?
Post 28 Nov 2008, 18:15
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Do you have some code to show what you are trying to do?
Post 29 Nov 2008, 01:41
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dacid



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dacid
Its about threads...

Code:
THREADS EQU 255

threads_program PROC
   LOCAL things[THREADS]:THING_INFO

   ....

threads_program ENDP
    


But i need to make THREADS a variable not a constant.
Post 29 Nov 2008, 09:04
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dacid wrote:
But i need to make THREADS a variable not a constant.
You will have to allocate the stack dynamically at runtime. The assembler can't do that for you.
Code:
mov eax,[THREADS]
imul eax,sizeof.THING_INFO
sub esp,eax
mov ebx,esp  ;ebx is the address of the 'things' structure    
And don't forget to restore the stack pointer before you exit the procedure.
Post 29 Nov 2008, 09:38
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