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Define - Assembler/Disassembler, Define was written in 1999 and hasn't been updated since but thought I'd post it here for posterity.

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Define - Assembler/Disassembler

Define uses the principle of macros to read and write code and functions as both a high level and low level assembler/disassembler.

It was written back in 1999 and I quickly moved on to Win32 and OpenGL programming using Dev-C++ so it has been neglected ever since. It was also my first asm project so the coding is sure to be primitive and probably uses a lot of self modifying code and other no-nos. The first version was written using QBasic and then re-written using the A86 assembler from http://eji.com/a86/

It only works in the DOS environment and again I stress that it was a exercise to test a theory, which I still feel is valid, so I hope somebody is curious enough to take a look.

My Win32 tutorials and other reference material may also be of interest to some so you can find out more at:

Al's Programming Resource

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