RosAsm Guide #1 1.0

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RosAsGuide #1 Creating a Win32 program with start-up and standard menu

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
Yeoh HS
Price:
Freeware
File size:
298 Kb
Date added:
September 30, 2005
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Description from the Publisher
RosAsm Guide #1 Creating a Win32 program with start-up and standard menu This is the beginning of a series of articles about using RosAsm to create Win32 programs. Each article shall be presented in a step-by-step illustrated style with some comments. RosAsm, the Bottom-Up Assembler for ReactOS also for WINE, Windows 95/98, NT/2000, XP. RosAsm is free and GPLed. IDE with full integration of all components. RosAsm is auto-compilable and the Sources are hosted inside the PEs. No installation overhead (the silent auto-install coming with RosAsmFull.zip makes RosAsm the only actual Click&Go Assembler environment). Real Sources Editor with tons of unique features, specificaly devoted to secure editions and to huge mono-files assembly sources: Tree-view, instant jump to any type of declaration by simple right-click, division of the mono-files into TITLEs, advanced IncIncluder pre-parser, and so on... The fastest of the actual assemblers, (1.5 Mega/second on a Celeron 1.3 Ghz...) directly outputting PE files on a simple click, with a powerful macros system (a macros unfolder is available by a double-click, through a float menu). Simplified Intel syntax. Does not need any include, prototype or header companion file. Nothing but a single simple source. Complete implementation of the mnemonics set, up to SSE2. RosAsm Bottom-Up Assembler is a true low level Assembler, enabling HLL writing styles by user defined macros and/or by HLL pre-parsers selections. http://www.rosasm.org/
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