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The Campus / MOVED: cr0 register and assembler in line (VS C++)
« Last post by hutch-- on Today at 11:17:31 AM »
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Game Development / Re: RED PISTOL
« Last post by felipe on Today at 08:07:05 AM »
If someone wants to say something about this demo, that will be nice too. Thanks.  :bgrin:
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16 bit DOS Programming / Re: Code can be compiled but it crashes on run
« Last post by felipe on Today at 08:02:02 AM »
cioltealin you can try to run your programs with dosbox, maybe will work... :idea:

Don't know if anybody think i was laughing from you, but i was not. I was laughing on the comment from aw27 about your teacher...Just to clarify a little bit and trying to avoid misunderstandings... :redface:
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Game Development / Re: RED PISTOL
« Last post by felipe on Today at 07:49:45 AM »
Ok, good to know. I hope you don't get too mad with my other comments (mainly in the other post in the 16 bit subforum). Did bothered me a little your comment there... :redface:
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Game Development / Re: RED PISTOL
« Last post by jj2007 on Today at 07:44:05 AM »
Attached the .lib file

Now it builds :t
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The Workshop / Re: cr0 register and assembler in line (VS C++)
« Last post by nonosto on Today at 06:42:40 AM »
this code dont freeze but I dont know if do the job.

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    mov eax, cr0
    or  ax, 1
    mov cr0, eax
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Game Development / Re: RED PISTOL
« Last post by felipe on Today at 06:16:25 AM »
@jj2007:
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To give you a starting point: Forum search yields almost 100 threads for...

Trying in the search box d3dx9.lib also located the link above...Perhaps  you... :idea:
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16 bit DOS Programming / Re: Code can be compiled but it crashes on run
« Last post by mineiro on Today at 05:48:31 AM »
cioltealin, if you look for example posted by dedndave you will notice a thing that some persons forgot.
When we declare a string, we use as suffix 0dh,0ah,24h. This means carriage return(0dh), line feed(0ah) and end of string(24h). Windows and linux uses the same EOS (default is 00h) while ms-dos not, it uses a dollar sign ($ == 24h). By default linux use only LF while windows and ms-dos uses CRLF as new line sign.
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