seems to me that it would b eaier to code windows applications in masm using templates any idea how to create one?
Posted on 2001-06-12 10:05:00 by SoftStab
SoftStab, The code generator in MASM32 is a template generator but it has various options that you can select when you create the template. To make you own templates, you write code that is basically reusable and save it somewhere so that you can use it to start another program that will use this type of prebuilt front end. You can also write blocks of code, either procedures or just parts and save them as asm files and browse through them when you need bits of code. A library is nothing more than a collection of code that you reuse each time you make a function call and it is a very eficient way to store prebuilt sections of code. Regards,
Posted on 2001-06-13 05:12:00 by hutch--
But what is a "resource template"? Sounds interesting.
Posted on 2001-06-13 19:58:00 by Larry Hammick
the 1 i'm talking bout is that "*.rc" stuff
Posted on 2001-06-16 23:01:00 by SoftStab
SoftStab, Hey, there is really no way to make a rc template cuz there is so many ways to make or design a menu, or dialog, so what you could do is make some folders like I do with names you can refer to. and use a resource editor to make afew basic ones then from those you can copy to your new project and modify them to your new app. Hope this helps you out.... Zcoder....
Posted on 2001-06-17 02:01:00 by Zcoder
i'm not very weel versed with d technicals coz i'm n abzolut b-ginner so mr.ZCODER if it doesn't bother u please explain it further i mean how u copy that n how do u compile it w/ d masm code?
Posted on 2001-06-18 06:05:00 by SoftStab
SoftStab: To make an RC file the easyway, use a resource editor, it comes with almost any winC++ package like Visual C++. A good example of linking a dialog box from an RC file to asm is Iczelion's tutorial number 10. I suggest you play with the source that comes with that turtorial (modify the RC with a resource editor and see what happens). Happy coding, clip _____________________ ["o1 CHOnG p2P t4Y0!"]
Posted on 2001-06-19 05:51:00 by clip
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Posted on 2001-06-20 04:20:00 by SoftStab