First of all its nice to see an assemly forum that still has visitors..everything I found on the net are old forums unvisited for about 2-3 years.
I started learning win32 assembly ...well..last night :).
I do have (some) programming background in Delphi and some c/c++, and also ye old Z80-machine code (those were the days... :) ).
I kept myself away from ASM because of my contact with Z80 ....since that was a very hard to "master" language (for me anyways...)...in comparison to pascal/delphi.
But looking at a source on some forum last night I was amased to see that win32 assembly is somewhat logical...and this is the reason I'm stickin to it for the time being.
That being said..today I had a little "argument" with my fellow programmer friends. We all used Delphi and passed on to vc++
I anounced my new discovered love for win32 asm and I got a few good laughs.
Now it's my turn :D .I'd like to prove that win32 asm is (almost) as easy and logical as any c++ code, just a lot faster(I think/guess..).
The "contest" is this:
Search the entire harddrive(all partitions...) for a file of given type, and output the search results to a text file....
I'd apreciate any suggestions/hints/source you guys can provide..
I'm using MASM32
Cheers and thanks in advance
P.S. BTW I'm not in highschool so this is not homework..I know you guys are pretty much against students that want to get away with having someone else doing they're homework fore them...