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asm coding in windows

mr_biologymr_biology Member Posts: 44

How do you code with assembler in Windows?
In DOS you can use interrupts and ports but what about in Windows?
Can DOS and BIOS interrupts be used same way in Windows as in DOS?
In generally, how are Win programs different from DOS programs in assembler?

I'm a newbie in assembler coding... so, if that's a stupid question I'm sorry but would someone please answer to me?





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  • AsmGuru62AsmGuru62 Member Posts: 6,519
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    : How do you code with assembler in Windows?
    : In DOS you can use interrupts and ports but what about in Windows?
    : Can DOS and BIOS interrupts be used same way in Windows as in DOS?
    : In generally, how are Win programs different from DOS programs in assembler?
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    : I'm a newbie in assembler coding... so, if that's a stupid question I'm sorry but would someone please answer to me?
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    [blue]You asking too much... On my site: 'http://www.codexxi.com/' go to [b]Links[/b] and then [b]Win32 Assembly[/b]. You will find a huge pile of tutorials from the "Hello, World!" to ActiveX and COM.

    Now, in Win32 you do not need interrupts, because Windows will send you a message when some event happens, like you click a button or move a mouse... You just respond to this message with your code.[/blue]
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