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DJ Mauretto



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DJ Mauretto
Hello,
There is some fasm directive to put Low and High part of 32 bit offset address
in memory location declared as word ?
Example:
Code:

use32
Label_32:

;-----------------
; IDT Structure
;-----------------

Low          DW Label_32 AND 0FFFFH                  ; 15:0 Offset
Selector     DW ?
Other        DB ?
Other2       DB ?
High         DW Label_32 SHR 16                       ; 31:16 Offset

    

I use this code and work fine but i don't have ever learn
fasm directive and so on ,i have improvised this code and
immediately it's working fine,there is some more specific ?
This is for my hobby OS that i have started some time ago,
i always coded in MASM ,but i have choice FASm for code my toy OS Smile

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revolution
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revolution
No. There is no low or high in fasm syntax.
Post 03 Jan 2009, 12:53
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vid
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vid
The way you do it is the right way. Just be warned that if you compile to certain formats (MS COFF, PE, ELF, etc...), this might not work, because the format doesn't support such relocation.
Post 03 Jan 2009, 12:59
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DJ Mauretto



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DJ Mauretto
Thanks vid for warning , don't worry this is pure flat
binary ,it's for my personal toy OS

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