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16-bit Real Mode Flat Model Nasm and Nasm-ide

16-bit Real Mode Flat Model Nasm and Nasm-ide

16-bit Real Mode Flat Model Nasm and Nasm-ide

Hey. Another question, and one that I likely won't be able to answer for myself tonight.

In Masm, code is acceptable as:

NUMADDR EQU [BP+6]  ; address to store result
BUFFER EQU [BP+4]   ; address to store input buffer

Whereas, in Nasm, this is unacceptable due to the assembly reading over this and needing an exact value first before assembling. What is the best work around for this?

Note: This is the first time either of these variables are inputted into the program. They are structured inside procedures.

Thanks in advance!


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