Hello,

i was bored in my office so i wrote a Part 1 Tutorial specially for
Visual basic programmers (like i am)switching to Masm32/Radasm IDE.


It has 13 Radasm Screenshots to show a newbie how to create and run his
first application with Radasm IDE. As a second step the tutorial shows how
to put an icon to the new created window, using Radasm`s Resource dialog.

Its really specially written for VB Users but maybe some1 can convert it so it fits
to everyone.

My english is ok but far from perfect, maybe some native speakers want to
correct the worst errors. :)

I am willing to write tutorial #2 #3 depending on the feedback. I have no idea
if it has any use.

I tried my best, explaing what i can and what i know. If there is something wrong
with any my explanations please let me know.


http://members.a1.net/ranmasaotome/main.html




regards

Ranma
This message was written entirely in my Messageboard Editor v4.0
Posted on 2003-11-12 06:04:14 by Ranma_at
Hi Ranma_at

Very nice "Get you started" tutorial. :alright:
If you have the time, make more tutorials.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-11-12 06:56:47 by KetilO
Very nice job, Ranma_at, keep'em comming :)

You might want to take a look at the attached program here:
http://www.asmcommunity.net/board/index.php?topic=16037


It converts masm source to syntax highlighted html code. The colors are fully customizable.
Posted on 2003-11-13 14:31:36 by Delight
Hi Ranma_at

I have put up a link to your website on RadASM homepage.

Keep up your great work.

KetilO
Posted on 2003-11-13 15:22:39 by KetilO
Hi Ranma_At,

Looks good, just as a tip that I only just discovered while updating RadASM help. If you use CTRL-ALT PrintScreen instead of CTRL-PrintScreen you copy only the active window to the clipboard. This can then be pasted into your paint program and saved as a GIF. It makes for a crisper look on your example windows. I have been doing like you and capturing the whole screen then cutting out the peice I wanted, I accidentally held down ALT one day to capture it (reflex from ctrl-alt-del) and to my surprise it did most of the tough work for me.
Posted on 2003-11-13 16:35:20 by donkey
Hello donkey,

Ctrl+alt+Printscreen: i just tested it, now i feel stupid LOL. All this cut & paste for nothing...
Thanks for the hint.

@Delight:

I will try to make the code on the website make looking better.

regards
Posted on 2003-11-14 00:28:35 by Ranma_at
Try ALT+PrtSc

Regards
Posted on 2003-11-14 00:56:16 by minor28
oh, can't access geocities here.
just wanna have a look at it.
Posted on 2003-11-14 09:43:25 by optimus

Try ALT+PrtSc

Regards

Yeah but that underlines the menu items, CTRL-ALT PrtSc will give a true representation.
Posted on 2003-11-14 10:39:52 by donkey
Funny geocities...
I was there to update my tutorials (worked on the formating)
when i found out the datatransferlimit for the site is reached, so it is down.

Guess i have to look for a new host.

regards,

Ranma_at
Posted on 2003-11-14 12:59:51 by Ranma_at
Hi
Good tutorials! This kind of work really helps the asm community grow. :alright:
As for the web hosting, if you're looking for a free one I've tried NetFirms, it's a free service (with banners) but it's decently good and it even lets you run your own CGI scripts. :)
Posted on 2003-11-14 20:04:27 by QvasiModo

Hi
Good tutorials! This kind of work really helps the asm community grow. :alright:
As for the web hosting, if you're looking for a free one I've tried NetFirms, it's a free service (with banners) but it's decently good and it even lets you run your own CGI scripts. :)


I ve been told netfirms creates around 10 popups each visit and doesnt allow linking the same way like
geocities.
Posted on 2003-11-15 09:59:53 by Ranma_at
Not really. Click my WWW button...
Posted on 2003-11-15 16:34:46 by QvasiModo
Hi Ketil O.


Uploaded all three tutorials to a new site //Edit// Geocities is down //Edit//
the new one has no bandwith limit and is ads free, all i had to pay was giving my cellphone number
to them :eek: lol
Its fast and allows linking from messageboards too :grin:

i hope next week to finish tutorial 4 and 5.

http://members.a1.net/ranmasaotome/main.html

regards

Ranma_at
Posted on 2003-11-16 00:10:03 by Ranma_at
Uploaded part #4 and #5, and changed site layout. i am still working on it hehe
trying to complete all existing tutorials a bit.
the link is here

http://members.a1.net/ranmasaotome/main.html


regards

Ranma_at
Posted on 2003-11-18 12:19:54 by Ranma_at
Thank Ranma_at very much,
Posted on 2003-11-21 21:43:15 by neverending