FWORD is a FAR POINTER and takes 6 bytes, that's what help says.
But where is this type used?
And what is FAR POINTER in win32?
Posted on 2002-12-04 03:22:33 by Vaxon
you will never need this type in Win32 API programming. The first 16 bit give a selector to the 32 bit address.
This is always hard wired for your whole process (also called FLAT MODE) and is one of the major invention of Win95/NT.
If you program Win3.11 you will work heavily with FAR pointers -> its really not very funny, since you can access
the selectors only with the segment registers (cs, ds, es, ..) which support not many asm commands.
Posted on 2002-12-04 04:20:07 by beaster
Funny,

I have from time to time managed to drop a few F-WORDS in front of the ladies and survived and all I get is a millisecond of numb silence before it gets ignored. :tongue:

Regards,

hutch@movsd.com
Posted on 2002-12-04 05:02:35 by hutch--