32bit Calculator v1.3 by cybult

Usefull tool for calculating arithmetic & logic operations

based on 32bit x86 registers. Implemented fastest around

converters and hasher calculates 32bit checksums of files.

Already available features:

* XOR (Exclusive OR)

* OR (Inclusive Logical OR)

* ROL (Rotate Left)

* ROR (Rotate Right)

* RCL (Rotate Through Carry Left)

* RCR (Rotate Through Carry Right)

* SAL (Shift Arithmetic Left)

* SAR (Shift Arithmetic Right)

* ADD (Arithmetic Addition)

* SUB (Subtract)

* NEG (Two's Complement Negation)

* NOT (One's Compliment Negation (Logical NOT))

* AND (Logical And)

* BSWAP (Byte Swap)

* SBB (Subtract With Borrow/Carry)

* SHL (Shift Logical Left)

* SHR (Shift Logical Right)

* MUL (Unsigned Multiply)

* IMUL (Signed Multiply)

* DIV (Unsigned Integer Division)

* IDIV (Signed Integer Division)

nice proggie cybult and usefull,

TBD

Usefull tool for calculating arithmetic & logic operations

based on 32bit x86 registers. Implemented fastest around

converters and hasher calculates 32bit checksums of files.

Already available features:

* XOR (Exclusive OR)

* OR (Inclusive Logical OR)

* ROL (Rotate Left)

* ROR (Rotate Right)

* RCL (Rotate Through Carry Left)

* RCR (Rotate Through Carry Right)

* SAL (Shift Arithmetic Left)

* SAR (Shift Arithmetic Right)

* ADD (Arithmetic Addition)

* SUB (Subtract)

* NEG (Two's Complement Negation)

* NOT (One's Compliment Negation (Logical NOT))

* AND (Logical And)

* BSWAP (Byte Swap)

* SBB (Subtract With Borrow/Carry)

* SHL (Shift Logical Left)

* SHR (Shift Logical Right)

* MUL (Unsigned Multiply)

* IMUL (Signed Multiply)

* DIV (Unsigned Integer Division)

* IDIV (Signed Integer Division)

nice proggie cybult and usefull,

TBD

Quite useful !

Many features in a compact and clear interface !

Congrats !

Will we see the source code ?

Many features in a compact and clear interface !

Congrats !

Will we see the source code ?

very nice program . can be very useful

but..

i think it can be more handy if it be like a calculater so you can keep working on the answer right a way

even better ,

if it be like , you can enter experssion e.g

"12312 xor 34123 and 3403 mul 23423 etc..."

oh and

1. i think you should add "adc".

2. an option so you can see what happens to the carry after a calculation.

3. change from hex,dec and bin.

bye

eko

but..

i think it can be more handy if it be like a calculater so you can keep working on the answer right a way

even better ,

if it be like , you can enter experssion e.g

"12312 xor 34123 and 3403 mul 23423 etc..."

oh and

1. i think you should add "adc".

2. an option so you can see what happens to the carry after a calculation.

3. change from hex,dec and bin.

bye

eko

Reposted as an attachment: going to the parent website directories leads to a reversing-related website...

This tool is in no way illegal, though...

*EDIT*: deleted the readme too... (contained the url)

This tool is in no way illegal, though...

*EDIT*: deleted the readme too... (contained the url)

attachement:

very nice program . can be very useful

even better ,

if it be like , you can enter experssion e.g

"12312 xor 34123 and 3403 mul 23423 etc..."

http://freespace.virgin.net/james.brown7/supercalc.html

but...

it doesnt have the functions that TDB's calculater has

it doesnt have the functions that TDB's calculater has

That is true, but each tool has its own purposes and advantages...

it doesnt have the functions that TDB's calculater has

it's not my creation but cybult's :tongue:

i only post the link radiosys changed it in attachment]

*as other news:*

**OllyDbg**1.08 with debugging information in MS format, code highlighting, heap map, ...

will be available in the middle of October.

of course i will post the link as soon as will be released :grin:

TBD

ps. maybe will convince cybult to post the source of his 32bit calculator

so that eko can modify to suit his needs ;)

OllyDbg 1.08 with debugging information in MS format

Yeah yeah !!! I was dreaming about it today again !!! :grin:

Now, I wish that FASM can build file containing the debug infos (yeah, life is hard !)