- download site - nice introduction by Barry Kauler (member of the this board)

- programming language that combines C and assembly language

GetModuleHandle(NULL); // same as invoke GetModuleHandle, NULL
mov hInstance, eax // use return value from GetModuleHandle
lstrcpy(#szcommandline,EAX); // use registers in C code, in uppercase
SetTextWindow(hwnd, "this is a test");

easy to test ideeas, FPU code and is it FAAAST :)

comments are welcome as always.

Maverick: maybe we can use C-- for the All-n-One Editor ?


ps. i know that is started since 1995 and shame on me that i didnt find
it before :tongue:
Posted on 2002-10-28 04:29:37 by TBD
Whatever tool gets the job done in time and quality. :alright:
Posted on 2002-10-28 05:38:17 by Maverick

Thank you for the presentation of this very nice tool. Just, I am very surprised for one thing:Till now,there was only one reply for this thread.Funny,but nobody is interested in this language? :confused:

Many thanks amigo TBD,


Posted on 2002-10-30 01:44:33 by Vortex
Can I write VxD's and DLL's with that stuff?
Posted on 2002-10-30 01:51:15 by Vaxon
Vortex: maybe people have nothing to say :)

Vaxon: about VXD i dont know, but DLL works ok
i made an OllyDbg plugin that does nothing - 2k
Posted on 2002-10-30 04:04:20 by TBD

Vortex: maybe people have nothing to say :)

Sphinx C-- is a very usefull tool,why people has nothing to say? :)


Posted on 2002-10-30 04:13:45 by Vortex
Vortex: glad that you like it ... i talked to Olly and maybe we can
see support for .tds (TurboDebugger symbol file produced Sphinx C--)
in next release of OllyDbg - groovy.

i saw that you liked syntax highlighting in OD108b, so if you have time
maybe start working on a plugin for OllyDbg in Sphinx C--. what do ya say?

here is a quick template for C-- to get you started :alright:
Posted on 2002-10-30 06:10:04 by TBD
I have something to say about it.
Sphinx has been around for a long
time, and I played with it back in
the days of DOS.

I just seen that they have one now that
does 32 bit windows programs.
this means alot for this app.

as I remember, sphinx was made in such
a way that the C syntax is witten in
asm file somewhere in the inviroment
of sphinx.

or it use to be like that, I am looking at he
16/32 bit sphinx to see about this.

anyway, this means you can makeup
your own syntax as well or add to it
even go into the existing ones and
optimize it more, if thats possible as
he did a good job on it.

The DOS 16 bit version I had, I made tons of my
own syntax to help me with very complex
programs. the guy that did this program had the
right idea, to bad he just quit working on it.

Posted on 2002-10-30 09:12:34 by Zcoder
hi  :lol:
tested the sphinx C-- and it looks awesome  :shock:
any body have some tutorials about it

i'm new to 32bit assembly and was hoping that some one tell me if its good to start learning with c-- or it's better to learn masm

Posted on 2009-01-17 11:31:54 by AssemblyCriminal