x86 Instructions@, MASM Instructions, Win32Asm, Win32Prg/API,
Routine and Macro Library
Specify values with: (the decimal number 10 is shown on each line as an example)
MASM (the 32bit only version) is available at no cost from Microsoft at:
http://www.microsoft.com/ddk/download/98/BINS_DDK.EXE (2.9 MBytes)
http://www.microsoft.com/ddk/download/98/98SETUP.EXE (1.9 MBytes)
After downloading each file, execute them to extract the files. Then run the setup program. MASM is the ml.exe file in the 98ddk/bin/win98 directory. It is version 6.11d that can be patched to 6.13. This is not the same as purchasing MASM product. The linker is 32 bit and will not create 16-bit DOS programs. To do this, you must have Microsoft's Linker version 5.63 that is available from Microsoft's FTP site: ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/softlib/mslfiles/lnk563.exe. Also, neither the Programmer's Work Bench nor CodeView for debugging are included in the full DDK. Other debuggers are available free of charge from MS.
Or in a much nicer package from MASM32 specifically geared to writing win32 programs in assembler.
MAPSYM is used to convert .MAP files to .SYM symbol files suitable for a debugger.
There is another verion of MASM which is 6.14.8884 that is in the Windows 2000 DDK -- but seem microsoft has hidden that somewhere. Seems you have to be a msdn subscriber, but i know someone who is and have pulled down both Win 98 DDK and Win 2000 DDK, that i can relay on.
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