I would like some input into learning x86 assembly language on a PC. My question is - How do you write beginning assembly language programs without having to navigate the Windows OS? (a.k.a. Win32...
just a minor word of caution - depending on what OS you're loading after your module has finished up, you will likely need to switch the CPU back into real mode for the hand-off to the OS to work...
I'm done with the C part..
int i = 0;
int j = 0;
int z = 0;
int length = 0;
int carry = 0;
printf("Enter first number: ");...
This is the C/C++ board, so I assume that's the language. The assembler board can be found here.
result_str = sum / 10 + '0';
result_str = sum % 10 + '0';
result_str = sum;
You can work with numbers as large as you want by assigning them to strings. Then you simply work backwards through the strings, character by character performing your math tasks. Adding two...
: What do you need help with, more specifically?
i want to know what to use instead instead of int..
and also to know how to assign the sum by modifying the assembly code...
What do you need help with, more specifically?
can someone please help me with this?
: : you cannot call INT functions from win32. win32 is protected mode,
: : INT functions are real mode.
: Thanks for your prompt
: So is that means that...
Hi. I'm new on these forums ^^, but I already got some Delphi experience and a little assembly experience too. I'd like to know how can i capture the packets sent by a process to a remote computer....
: You can easily load a bitmap using either of the WinAPI functions
: LoadImage or LoadBitmap. Look for their specification on MSDN.
: For jpgs I'd recommend that you find a library. I don't know...
You can easily load a bitmap using either of the WinAPI functions LoadImage or LoadBitmap. Look for their specification on MSDN.
For jpgs I'd recommend that you find a library. I don't know of any...
Just wondering if anyone has played around with these libraries from ASM code?
Sys_basher seems to now...
: You can also make the whole thing in assembly.
: Download fasm, and there's some examples of how to make win32 api
And I am creating high level stuff for FASM too - it will be fun...
: : I am looking for a message board for Win32 help. I use assembly.
: : Thanks.
: You could use one of the following board, whichever you find
: I am looking for a message board for Win32 help. I use assembly.
You could use one of the following board, whichever you find appropriate:
: No probs.I got the solution.
I have exactly the same problem.
I wrote a Com Assembly with C#, registered it with regasm and pushed it into the gac with gacutil successful.
So far so...
: assemblyName is the incoming assembly name from the user. The problem here is, the assembly gets loaded to MyAppDomain and DeafaultAppdomain. This is...
: hello, for some reason I cannot "step into" an MFC function in debug mode. My project is unicode enabled. What is the likely cause?
You probably wanted to step into those 'magical' MFC functions...