On Mar 15, 9:09 pm, "io_x" <a...(a)b.c.invalid> wrote: Do you know this could be RosAsm code? Is it ugly? Looks like an output of a fake code generator. Awesome maze. ... 15 Apr 2010 06:54
Do you know this could be RosAsm code? Is it ugly? ; u32 ; StampaVersoArr( u8* Arro, u32 ArroSize, ; u8* FileIn, u32 Cap, u32 verso, u32 nVersi) ; 0k, 4j, 8i, 12b, 16ra, ; 20P_Arr, 24P_ArrSz, 28P_FileIn, 28P_Cap, 32P_Verso, 36P_nVersi + 128 ; 148 , 152 , 156 , 160 , 1... 15 Mar 2010 16:56
New NBASM IDE
Hi, Just for your interest, I know that for the seasoned veterans here, NBASM is little or no interest to you, but for those who may be learning assembly, I have now resurrected the old IDE for my NBASM assembler. If you are trying to learn assembly, NBASM may be a perfect assembler for you, and now with the ... 13 Mar 2010 13:04
Beginner's guide to MinGW?
On Mar 12, 3:59 pm, Branimir Maksimovic <bm...(a)hotmail.com> wrote: "C with classes" was the original name of the language. [...] Problem with c++ is that Bjarne imposed rules on language which what he considered "good C". Somthing like java did for C++. Other thing is that because of functio... 13 Mar 2010 19:46
Just read a description of a new IDE (for Java) and find it pretty neat. It's called "Code Bubble", and their new idea is, instead of files, the IDE shows "fragments" instead. http://www.cs.brown.edu/people/acb/codebubbles_site.htm They even have a you-tube thingy to show how it work: http://www.youtube.c... 15 Mar 2010 16:56
getting keyboard keys strokes via VMware Fusion on Apple MAC
I use high-level languages to run programs in Windows and DOS. All need to get keystrokes from the keyboard one by one. These are all key combinations except those used by Windows (e.g. ctl and Alt- TAB and ESC ). For DOS and Windows command line, I use the DOS service call Int 16h with 16 or 17 in AH to get a... 8 Mar 2010 19:47
misc idea: PE/COFF data embedding...
the text below is from a misc email. it is an idea I had considered recently, but as of yet have not done much. I am not sure if anything similar is already in common use. some later variants on the idea had considered: really, I don't strictly need a special section, as using pretty much any section would wo... 7 Mar 2010 23:56
overflow of stack for recursive functions
What about write one recursive function that can report all errors? do you see some error? ------------- ; nasmw -fobj this.asm ; bcc32 -v this.obj section _DATA use32 public class=DATA global _main extern _printf RecursiveVar dd 0 ; here the min stack address IRetrunIIuIn db "Retrun=%u" , 13... 7 Mar 2010 05:15
"BGB / cr88192" <cr88192(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message news:hmbib7$tlt$1(a)news.albasani.net... sadly, I don't really know what actually "good" ASM macro systems do (mine is, essentially, just a hacked-over C preprocessor...). Nor I. I really like NASM's macro processor. IIRC, it was derived from a C p... 2 Mar 2010 01:19
please use it
http://peter-bochs.googlecode.com please use it, thanks ... 1 Mar 2010 05:51