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How we keep the MASM Forum a friendly happy place.

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How and why this new forum came into being.

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Child Boards: Browse The Old UK Forum, Archive 1, Archive 2, Test Department Examples, Programming the Windows 95 User Interface

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A protected forum where programmers learning assembler can ask questions in a sensible and safe atmosphere without being harassed or insulted. This is also targetted at experienced programmers from other languages learning assembler that don't want to be treated like kids. Note that 16 bit code or questions will be moved to the 16 bit forum.

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No New Posts The Workshop

The Workshop is where general purpose questions and answers are posted. Any assembler programming topic is welcome and discussion is encouraged as long as its friendly.

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No New Posts The Laboratory

Algorithm and code design research laboratory. This is the place to post assembler algorithms and code design for discussion, optimisation and any other improvements that can be made on it. Post code here to be beaten to death to make it better, smaller, faster or more powerful. Feel free to explain the optimisation methods used so that everyone can get a feel for the code design.

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No New Posts The Soap Box

A place to throw around non programming ideas in your leisure. Have you ever had a truly crackpot theory you wanted to get off your chest ? Here is where you do it if you can get any takers. To avoid World War III we don't allow religious or political matter in here.

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No New Posts The Colosseum

Not for the faint of heart. This is where the whinges, gripes, fits of pique and any other grievances are aired so that it does not spill over into the main forums. It is the only place where robust debate is allowed so if you need some entertainment, have a look in some time. The forum is moderated carefully and any direct abuse or insults will be removed.

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Microsoft 64 bit MASM

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Write MASM in 64 bit for object modules, dynamic link libraries and executable files.

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64 bit assembler

No New Posts Mikl__'s ml64 examples

Mikl__'s examples using the 64 bit version of MASM.

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No New Posts UASM Assembler Development

Continuing development of the Unified assembler UASM.

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Development of nidud's version of the Watcom assembler.

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A subforum for discussion about 64 bit assemblers.

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A forum for questions about the details and components of the MASM32 Project. Please post technical questions in the general forum.

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No New Posts MasmBasic & the RichMasm IDE

A dialect of basic directly utilising MASM and compatible assemblers. A extensive library of procedures and a wide range of pre-processor macros designed to emulate the basic language in a style similar to the original GFA basic and a dedicated IDE to use MasmBasic.

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Ramon Sala's Visual Assembler IDE Support Forum

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Pelle's Macro Assembler and tools

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This bundling or projects that are not attracting much interest is to reduce the interface clutter of the forum.

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Tools, toys and ideas for processing code to binary.

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A place for projects that are hard to put a handle on.

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No New Posts Irvine Book Questions.

In the absense of any online support for students who are using Kip Irvine's book and code examples for a university course, this subforum is where any Irvine related questions should be posted.

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No New Posts 16 bit DOS Programming

This forum is for people who wish to ask questions about 16 bit DOS programming in real mode. Its purpose is to keep DOS questions out of the main forums and postings about DOS programming will be moved to this subforum. The team do not undertake to support or answer questions about DOS programming and any responses to questions will come from other members if they can be bothered.

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No New Posts The Orphanage

This is the place for postings that have no other home. Non x86 hardware, electronic questions and anything else that does not fit into the existing forums. This is where the team will move postings that don't fit into any of the other forums.

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Expendable garbage here :)

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