what does the GetCL function do is it the same as the GetClessLong() in c here is an example of use invoke GetCL, 0, offset filename I can not figure out what it does
Posted on 2001-05-11 23:05:00 by metamp
Beats me. I can't find it in WIN32.HLP, or in my copy of the "WIN32 Programming API Bible" book. Are you sure it's not a PROC defined somewhere in the program that you're looking at? :)
Posted on 2001-05-11 23:39:00 by S/390
Oops, I take that back! It's one of the functions defined in M32LIB, part of the MASM32 package. See that source code for a description. :)
Posted on 2001-05-11 23:53:00 by S/390
GetCL, 0, offset filename is something like this in C: main(int argc, char *argv[]) { char *filename; filename=argv[0]; /* store EXE's path in filename */ .. .. Gets the EXE's argument(s), if there are any. - clip This message was edited by clip, on 5/12/2001 1:56:14 AM
Posted on 2001-05-12 01:40:00 by clip