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frech



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frech
Hello.

I googled a lot to find info about building an MDI application using WinAPI, but in vain. I also tried to adapt the code I found for MASM, again in vain. Da anyone have a template or similar?

Thank you.
Post 10 Mar 2009, 14:49
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Tomasz Grysztar
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Well, I can provide you with an (old) example - my Assembler Workplace project, which was later replaced with FASMW (which is no longer a MDI) and thus abandoned. Therefore it's now hard to find it on the web, so I'm attaching a copy. It uses some very old macros (it dates back to 2002 and wasn't really touched since then), but it assembles without any problems with the latest fasm, too.

I hope you can extract some useful MDI coding info from this source.


Description: Assembler Workplace version 1.03
(abandoned MDI fasm IDE project from 2001-2002, later replaced by FASMW project)

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Filename: asmwork.zip
Filesize: 75.85 KB
Downloaded: 60 Time(s)

Post 10 Mar 2009, 15:17
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frech



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frech
Thank you so much, I'll try and study it, as far as a beginner like me can do. I've found that name while googling, but n fact was not able to download the file... Wink
Post 10 Mar 2009, 15:33
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Picnic



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Hi frech,
Here is another old one, very simple mdi demo, taken from MadMatt's website.
You might find the source helpful.


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Filename: mdidemo.zip
Filesize: 8.7 KB
Downloaded: 47 Time(s)

Post 10 Mar 2009, 19:58
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frech



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frech
Thx Thimis! I see that there are also _a lot_ of includes, even for GDI+, which I will need for another little project. Of course, when I've learnt assembly. I'm just starting, you know. D'you know some good tutorial/course, beter with fasm syntax or similar?
Post 11 Mar 2009, 07:01
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Hi frech, see the examples inside fasm package, also here and here
Search forum for 'windows examples', you'll find many examples written by members such as games, clocks, utilities e.t.c
See TAJGA Fasm Tutorial written by vid here and read about Win32 Headers
Download Iczelion's tutorials source converted to fasm from here
Download a package with some examples here
Lot's of source next, download madmatt's AllInOne package 23MB here
There's always Asm Community archive Test Department samples in Masm.
Post 11 Mar 2009, 18:13
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frech



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frech
Thanks a lot thimis.
thimis wrote:
Download Iczelion's tutorials source converted to fasm from here
Download a package with some examples here
Lot's of source next, download madmatt's AllInOne package 23MB here

Already grabbed the AllInOne package, thanks. A lot of includes not present in the "normal" fasmw package. I found the sulaiman tutorials yesterday evening, already printed and waiting for me to come back home from work and read them Wink. It's a pity for decard.net, not available. Found also while googling, but...
Anyway, as I'm not even a beginner but far less, thank you for all hints and tips. I made a little program with FreePascal and WinAPI just for fun and for not having to wait a lot while loading it and to keep the size small, and I had a lot of fun. Now it's Assembly's turn! Cool I like the ideas behind fasm, and I want to learn, even if it would cost me a lot more time.
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