I want to use win32 asm ,but I feel too tired to code the API ,who has a editor that can make put into API semiautomatically or automatically?
Posted on 2003-11-05 03:42:20 by lee
Hi lee

Visual Basic. No need to use api's at all.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-11-05 04:12:42 by KetilO
first ,thanks .
but I use masm ,
any other idears?
I am a beginner,could you tell me ?
Posted on 2003-11-05 04:33:26 by lee
You can try RadAsm. You can get it at http://radasm.visualassembler.com/
Posted on 2003-11-05 04:37:45 by Odyssey

You can try RadAsm. You can get it at http://radasm.visualassembler.com/


KetilO,

I'm surprised you didn't mention your IDE here yourself.

GuyonAsm
Posted on 2003-11-05 09:03:42 by Guy on ASM
Hi Guy on ASM

Well, RadASM does not write any code or translates high level commands to api's.
You still have to write all the code yourself. RadASM only helps you write and maintain code.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-11-05 09:16:01 by KetilO
I think maybe lee wanted a feature like the api tooltip. This is one of the beat features of RadAsm in my opinion. Without it I have to consult my api reference to know the parameters for most of the functions I want to use. So the api tool tip speeds up coding in that way.
Posted on 2003-11-05 09:21:39 by Odyssey
Radasm`s Intellisense is almost as good as the on in VB :grin:

the most used Windows Apis are included you just look at the intellisense tooltip and type or press space.
Just the first dropdown item doesnt get inserted correct, the rest is nice.

Hey and if you press F1 the Windows API helpfiles are displayed.
No need to be afraid of a few thousands of wild APIs out there.
:tongue:
Posted on 2003-11-06 02:28:52 by Ranma_at

(...) the most used Windows Apis are included you just look at the intellisense tooltip and type or press space.
Just the first dropdown item doesnt get inserted correct, the rest is nice.

You have to use the TAB key instead. :grin:
Posted on 2003-11-06 16:50:22 by QvasiModo