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Other Discussion / Re: Delay in starting a program.
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Other Discussion / Re: CPU emulator
« Last post by printerisoffline on August 17, 2019, 06:51:28 AM »
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Programming with NASM / Re: NASM assembler not recognizing ymm16-31 banks
« Last post by zhyhang on August 16, 2019, 04:40:20 PM »
Intel AVX2 only supports 16 256-bit registers, i.e. ymm0-ymm15.
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Programming with NASM / Re: Can you convert ASM86 (CP/M-86) code to NASM?
« Last post by Frank Kotler on August 13, 2019, 12:39:35 AM »
Ahhhh...

ASM86 syntax is not Nasm syntax.

I have written code in Nasm that will run in CP/M-86, but  I do not remember how at the moment.

If you are not a programmer - at least temporarily - you probably can't do it.

Best,
Frank

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Programming with NASM / Re: Can you convert ASM86 (CP/M-86) code to NASM?
« Last post by Luposian on August 12, 2019, 10:36:07 PM »
Hi Luposian,

Welcome to the Forum.

I don't know if you'd call it "easy", but we can produce CPM86 code with Nasm. Unfortunately, I've lost the examples I used to have. Show us what you've got and we'll try to help.

Best.
Frank

I don’t want to create ASM86 code in NASM, I want to create NASM versions of ASM86 code.  :-D

Problem is, I have no examples, because I’m not a programmer.  Just hoping to discover if anyone has done it or knows how to.
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Programming with NASM / Re: Can you convert ASM86 (CP/M-86) code to NASM?
« Last post by Frank Kotler on August 12, 2019, 09:42:39 PM »
Hi Luposian,

Welcome to the Forum.

I don't know if you'd call it "easy", but we can produce CPM86 code with Nasm. Unfortunately, I've lost the examples I used to have. Show us what you've got and we'll try to help.

Best.
Frank

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Programming with NASM / Can you convert ASM86 (CP/M-86) code to NASM?
« Last post by Luposian on August 12, 2019, 07:41:41 AM »
Is there any way to easily "port" (convert) such code to NASM?
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Using NASM / Re: How do I define a function alias for an imported function?
« Last post by ig on August 09, 2019, 08:45:01 AM »
The first method is up to the author of the DLL; if it's you, you can do it - just write the (jumping) code in the DLL.
The second method (the actual Windows DLL forwarding) is, IMHO, up to the linker, not the compiler/nasm.
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Using NASM / Re: How do I define a function alias for an imported function?
« Last post by debs3759 on August 07, 2019, 01:27:52 AM »
Nasm will let you write any code you want, for any x86 based OS. You just need to know exactly what the OS requires of your code, and how to implement it, and most of us are not OS experts :(
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