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function problems when linking [nasm]

function problems when linking [nasm]

function problems when linking [nasm]

(OP)
hi, i'm trying to access functions in my nasm code from quickbasic, normally i use proc/endp in tasm and that'll link fine... but i cant seem to get my nasm functions to link correctly, they get unresolved external errors... can anyone help?

RE: function problems when linking [nasm]

Does QBASIC prepend an "_" b4 its symbols.. ??
Try putting an "_" before NASM symbols...HEy, a minute..
u said QBASIC right..Is it not interpretted ???
If ur QBASIC code is interpretted rather than compiled,
then i fear there is no way to call ur ASM routines :(

Sarnath


Do not rejoice that ur code works.
it might be a special case of an error

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