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Assembly in AutoIT?

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WhiteSoda

Well I plan to be making a program that reads text addresses in Assembly and I was wondering does AutoIT read assembly in Text as apposed to bytes.

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Ascend4nt

I work with Assembly language and AutoIT a bit, but I can't quite understand what you're talking about. Are you trying to incorporate a compiled Assembly program into AutoIT? If so, there are code examples for creating a Memory DLL or EXE from AutoIT - though it's simpler to just call the program.

On the other hand, if you want to embed Assembly language, you can use one of Ward's Assembly UDF's - the latest based on Flat Assembler (FASM), or you can compile 'flat' code (no entry points (other than the first line of code), no headers, no imports, and no data segments [though there's a trick where you can embed data[) and embed the 'flat' binary code as a hex string into AutoIT.

The way I do all my Assembly code is by using the regular Flat Assembler program, compiling with either a 'use32' or 'use64' directive, and then grabbing the binary code from the created .bin file.

Ward's Assembly UDF's allow you to grab a Binary string as well, but it is restricted to 32-bit code, and may or may not be lacking some of the features of the normal program (sorry, haven't had a need to test it out).

In any case - to run the code, you will need to allocate memory for it, and run it using either CallWindowProc, or CreateThread - or for external processes, CreateRemoteThread or one of its variants.

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