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shankle

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izcelions tut24
« on: July 25, 2018, 08:00:43 AM »
Was wondering if there is anything in GoAsm that will let one hook into a program that
one has ZERO control over. From the MASM32 code that I see at this point I can not
determine if Izcelions code does this.

What I want to do is pull a small rectangle from this program and work with it in my
program. Problem with the program is I do not know how to get the handle of
the program.
I have a working program that does this with a laborious method of mouse clicking
on my window to record the card played.  It is not near fast enough to be useful.
If I was playing the hand and trying to record the cards played it would not work.
This program is to be for my use ONLY..

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2018, 11:39:18 AM »
Maybe you can use some tool that can show the handles of the apps or process running in your machine?  :idea:
Felipe.

shankle

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2018, 10:48:55 PM »
Thank you for responding Felipe.
Sysinternals suite has an item called "handles".
But I'll be darned if I can get anything to come out of it.
Yes I know that I have to be in the command line to execute it.

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #3 on: July 26, 2018, 01:13:43 AM »
i am sure there's a way to do this
you might search the forum (and maybe the old forum) for "enumerate windows" or something like that
maybe just "enumerate" as a search term

it depends on how you want to initially identify the window
this is the function WindowFromPoint - it returns a window handle from a point on the screen
it may be a starting place

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms633558(v=vs.85).aspx

a program i use for testing programs is called Microsoft Spy++
a free download (i'll let you google it)

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #4 on: July 26, 2018, 01:29:02 AM »
Thanks Dave,
Will check both suggestions out.
Long time no see. Wiffie giving you orders to stay off the computer:)

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #5 on: July 26, 2018, 01:50:37 AM »
no - i have been very busy with other stuff
been spending a lot of time reconditioning houses, etc

and, i have a lot of stuff in storage that seems to be a never-ending task
getting rid of it, re-boxing, storing at home, etc
some of it, i want to sell on e-bay, i think

when i do have play time, i want to spend more time on arduino's and pi's
and, i am always working on getting my own little ham radio equipment company started
i think i have the first product in mind - a programmable twist on ferrite antenna arrays
no UL approval, no FCC type acceptance requirements, etc
makes it a simple first-product

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #6 on: July 30, 2018, 02:17:19 AM »
             7-29-2018
         
Thanks Dedndave for your suggestion. WindowFromPoint doesn't
work for me. So it looks like I am going to have to use the
Izcelion tut24. Below is a sample of the code I tried to use.
It is written for GoAsm 64-bit

POINT  STRUCT
Px     dd 0
Py     dd 0
POINT  ENDS
 FRAME  hWnd,iMsg,wParam,lParam
 LOCAL  ps:PAINTSTRUCT,pt:POINT,RR:RECT

savehWnd    dq  0
; GHSwh     swh to control right mouse clicks
; msg3      'WindowFromPoint failed',0

.WM_RBUTTONDOWN
; 1st time the R mouse button is hit it should get the handle from
; the other program on the screen. Then I want to process the data
; from that screen in my program.
; When the R mouse button is hit any time after the 1st time it should
; clear my window and start over for the next hand.

    cmp D[iMsg],WM_RBUTTONDOWN
     jne >>.WM_LBUTTONDOWN
    cmp b[GHSwh],0
    jne >>.ClearForNextRound  ; Player hit the Claim button

    mov b[GHSwh],1   ; set to clear for next round
    invoke WindowFromPoint, [pt.Px],[pt.Py]  ; this gets the handle
                                             ; of the screen program
   mov [hWnd],rax
   mov [savehWnd],rax     ; Handle to the game program
   cmp rax,NULL
    jne >>.WM_LBUTTONDOWN
   invoke MessageBox, NULL,addr msg3,addr msg3,MB_OK
   cmp eax,IDOK
     jne >>.GetOut

.WM_LBUTTONDOWN
    cmp D[iMsg],WM_LBUTTONDOWN
   .
   .
   .
.ClearForNextRound
   .
   .
.GetOut   

shankle

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #7 on: July 30, 2018, 06:05:29 AM »
              7-29-2018

Question about converting Iczelions tut24 to Goasm 64-bit.
There are 2 mousehook.asm programs in Tut24. One wonders why?
Are these tut24 programs able to be converted to GoAsm 64-bit?
   mousehook.inc
   mousehook.lib
   mousehook.rc
   mousehook.def

Or is there already something in GoAsm that does hooks??
Thanks for any info.   

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #8 on: July 31, 2018, 02:43:47 PM »
Going back to your WindowFromPoint attempt, there would appear to be steps missing in getting the right mouse click coordinates from lParam into pt.PX and pt.Py. Once they are there, those client coordinates should then be converted to screen coordinates with ClientToScreen. This will require hWnd which you are overwriting. Also, for that right mouse click to function outside of your application's borders, I believe you will need to use SetCapture.

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #9 on: August 03, 2018, 06:33:52 AM »
Thank you WJR for helping.

My problem all along has been getting the handle from the
program that I want to get data from. I have absolutely no
control over it. Program [A].
My program works with a mouse click but it is to slow to use.
So if an api requires hWnd from program A before I have retrieved it
I don't see how I can get around that. (ex: SetCapture)
Below is my latest attempt and it doesn't work.
I sign on to program A. Then sign on to program B.
Move the mouse over program A and right click and it doesn't
work. No error message is generated.


.const
POINT  STRUCT
Px     dd 0
Py     dd 0
POINT  ENDS

savehWnd       dq  0

.WM_RBUTTONDOWN
    cmp D[iMsg],WM_RBUTTONDOWN
     jne >>.WM_LBUTTONDOWN
; GHSwh     swh to control right mouse clicks
    cmp b[GHSwh],0
     jne >>.ClearForNextRound  ; Player hit the Claim button
    mov b[GHSwh],1   ; set to clear for next round
    mov rax,Q[lParam]      ; loword
    and eax,0FFFFh
    mov d[pt.Px],eax
    mov rax,Q[lParam]       ; hiword
    shr eax,16
    mov d[pt.Py],eax
;????    invoke WindowFromPoint, [pt.Px],[pt.Py]  ; this should get
;                                      the handle from program A
    invoke GetCapture   ; this should get the handle from program A
;            but I don't know if the mouse is pointing to program A
    mov [hWnd],rax
    mov [savehWnd],rax     ; Handle for program A
    cmp q[savehWnd],0h
     jne >>
;??????msg3        'WindowFromPoint failed',0
;msg3     'GetCapture failed',0
    invoke MessageBox, NULL,addr msg3,addr msg3,MB_OK
    cmp eax,IDOK
     jne >>.GetOut
:
;?  invoke ScreenToClient, [hWnd],addr pt
    invoke ClientToScreen, [savehWnd],addr pt
    cmp q[savehWnd],0h
      jne >>
;msg1          db 'Client To Screen failed',0
    invoke MessageBox, NULL,addr msg1,addr msg1,MB_OK
    cmp eax,IDOK
     jne >>.GetOut
:
    ret

.WM_LBUTTONDOWN
    cmp D[iMsg],WM_LBUTTONDOWN
     jne >>.WM_PAINT


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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #10 on: August 03, 2018, 07:06:42 AM »
I don't know if this info will help, but you need to get the ProcessID first, then try to get the window handle.
 
This example from masm32 examples "\masm32\examples\enumerate\pid" shows how to get the process ID.
Once you have the process ID, it should be a simple matter to find the window handle. 
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    include \masm32\include\masm32rt.inc
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comment * -----------------------------------------------------
                        Build this  template with
                       "CONSOLE ASSEMBLE AND LINK"
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    include \masm32\include\psapi.inc
    includelib \masm32\lib\psapi.lib
    ShowProcess PROTO pid:DWORD
    .code
start:
   
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    call main
    inkey
    exit
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main proc
    LOCAL breq  :DWORD
    LOCAL pbuf  :DWORD
    LOCAL buffer[4096]:BYTE
    push esi
    push edi
    mov pbuf, ptr$(buffer)                          ; cast buffer address to a pointer
    invoke EnumProcesses,pbuf,4096,ADDR breq        ; enumerate processes
    shr breq, 2                                     ; get process count
    mov esi, pbuf
    mov edi, breq
  @@:
    invoke ShowProcess,[esi]
    add esi, 4
    sub edi, 1
    jnz @B
    pop edi
    pop esi
    ret
main endp
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ShowProcess proc pid:DWORD
    LOCAL hProcess  :DWORD
    LOCAL hMod      :DWORD
    LOCAL cbNeeded  :DWORD
    LOCAL pbuf      :DWORD
    LOCAL ptxt      :DWORD
    LOCAL buf[260]  :BYTE
    LOCAL txt[260]  :BYTE
    mov pbuf, ptr$(buf)
    mov ptxt, ptr$(txt)
    mov hProcess, rv(OpenProcess,PROCESS_QUERY_INFORMATION or PROCESS_VM_READ,FALSE,pid)
                           
    .if hProcess != 0
      .if rv(EnumProcessModules,hProcess,ADDR hMod,4,ADDR cbNeeded) != 0
        invoke GetModuleBaseName,hProcess,hMod,pbuf,260
        mov ptxt, cat$(ptxt,"pid ",str$(pid)," ",pbuf)
      .else
        mov ptxt, cat$(ptxt,"pid ",str$(pid)," -fail- EnumProcessModules")
      .endif
    .else
      mov ptxt, cat$(ptxt,"pid ",str$(pid)," -fail- OpenProcess")
    .endif
    print ptxt,13,10
    invoke CloseHandle,hProcess
    ret
ShowProcess endp
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end start

Do a little more research == Google search for "Get Window Handle from Process I.D.", "About 4,830,000 results"    8)
I'm not always the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I have my moments.  :P

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #11 on: August 03, 2018, 03:58:30 PM »
The [hWnd] is for your program. In case your program is lower and to the right of the other one, the word point coordinates should be sign extended to dword. You can try this, where a left button click in your window does SetCapture to allow a right click to get the point in the other program:

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.WM_RBUTTONDOWN
    cmp D[iMsg],WM_RBUTTONDOWN
    jne >>.WM_LBUTTONDOWN
    cmp b[GHSwh],0
    jne >>.ClearForNextRound  ; Player hit the Claim button
    INVOKE ReleaseCapture
    mov b[GHSwh],1         ; set to clear for next round
    mov rax,Q[lParam]      ; loword
    and eax,0FFFFh
    movsx eax,ax              ;now dword, possibly signed
    mov d[pt.Px],eax
    mov rax,Q[lParam]       ; hiword
    shr eax,16
    movsx eax,ax               ;now dword, possibly signed
    mov d[pt.Py],eax
    INVOKE ClientToScreen, [hWnd], ADDR pt
    INVOKE WindowFromPoint, [pt.Px], [pt.Py]
    mov [savehWnd],rax     ; Handle for program A
    ;

.WM_LBUTTONDOWN
    cmp D[iMsg],WM_LBUTTONDOWN
    jne >>.WM_PAINT
    INVOKE SetCapture, [hWnd]
    ;

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #12 on: August 04, 2018, 08:27:46 PM »
               8-4-2018

Thanks for your help WJR.
I made the changes you suggested and compiled the program.
I did try to investigate the error it found. The assembler
books use the same code that GoAsm gives an error on.
Windows 7 pro 64-bit.

   movsx eax,ax     dw signed

Error message:
    Data declaration too small assuming it should hold at least
    a 32-bit address: dw signed....

    mov rax,Q[lParam]      ; loword
    and eax,0FFFFh
    movsx eax,ax     dw signed
    mov d[pt.Px],eax
    mov rax,Q[lParam]       ; hiword
    shr eax,16
    movsx eax,ax     dw signed
    mov d[pt.Py],eax

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #13 on: August 05, 2018, 01:12:33 AM »
Comment semicolon required before dw signed.

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Re: izcelions tut24
« Reply #14 on: August 05, 2018, 03:47:34 AM »
Sorry :redface: