Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : PJ92.ZIP
Filename : ASM.INC

 
Output of file : ASM.INC contained in archive : PJ92.ZIP
.xlist
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.model small
ASSUME ds:nothing
; includelib lib


bptr equ byte ptr
wptr equ word ptr
dptr equ dword ptr

stdin equ 0
stdout equ 1
stderr equ 2

FILENAME_MAX equ 80
FOPEN_MAX equ 20

ZER0 equ 0

NULL_POINTER equ 0
NULL_HANDLE equ 0

NULL_CHAR equ 0
TAB_CHAR equ 9
EOL_CHAR equ 10 ; end of line
LF_CHAR equ 10 ; linefeed
CR_CHAR equ 13 ; carriage return
SPACE_CHAR equ ' '

NEWLINE_CHARS equ 0A0Dh

BLOCK_SIZE equ 16384 ; size of an EMS block


; MACROs

; smart CMP marco
;
cmpx macro dst,src
if src eq 0
or dst,dst
else
cmp dst,src
endif
endm


; smart MOV macro
;
movx macro dst,src
ifidn ,
push ss
pop dst
exitm
endif

if (type src) eq 0 ; if register or constant AND
if ((.type src) and 11100b) eq 0 ; if not any register AND
if src eq 0 ; if source is zero
sub dst,dst ; then efficiently 0 register
exitm
endif
endif
endif

mov dst,src
endm


; OPTASM macros
;
IFNDEF .date ; if not OPTASM
.sall ; don't show macro contents

extb macro a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
irp xx,
ifnb
extrn xx:byte
else
exitm
endif
endm
endm

extd macro a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
irp xx,
ifnb
extrn xx:dword
else
exitm
endif
endm
endm

extn macro a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
irp xx,
ifnb
extrn xx:near
else
exitm
endif
endm
endm

extw macro a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
irp xx,
ifnb
extrn xx:word
else
exitm
endif
endm
endm

pushm macro a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
irp xx,
ifnb
push xx
else
exitm
endif
endm
endm

popm macro a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k
irp xx,
ifnb
pop xx
else
exitm
endif
endm
endm

ENDIF ; end MASM/TASM macros

.list ; end of asm.inc


  3 Responses to “Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : PJ92.ZIP
Filename : ASM.INC

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