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Oct 05, 2002 08:46 # 5658
HLA is a variation of assembly, but supports some additional commands like control structures. HLA is easier to write than normal assembly, and is easier to debug, and is easier to port between windows and linux os.
you can read more about it here:
Note that HLA supports all normal assembly commands also, so an example on my question in asm would be ok too.
I'm programming under windows, if you need to know.
Oct 06, 2002 01:44 # 5681
maybe you just code yourself some other prog in C or PERL or plain ASM that just reads out that stuff and handles it over to your HLA prog?
would be a 'quick an dirty' solution, but i think not many folks here are coding in HLA, do they - so this might be the first step of a solution ...
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