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Extended Flat Assembler - Memory Management, Creating Standalone Machine Code Functions - Updated x64 support

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Updates:

  • Added support for assignment operator (=) usage in _FasmAdd() . Ex: _FasmAdd('eax = 100')
  • Added Ternary operator support as well.. Ex: _FasmAdd('$var1 <> eax ? $var2 = 37 : add $var2, 50')
  • Added few more examples. Base64 encode/decode
  • Reworte StrInStr function. (Should have been called CharInStr. Not sure what I was thinking..)
  • Reworte _Listview_AddArray example. Previous would not work correctly if passed 1d array. 

X64 Support:

I remember quite a while back reading the FASM forum thread where the fasm.dll is posted and there is some talk about x64 support and pretty much goes on to say that it is indeed not supported and would take a lot of rewrite to get it there.  As of now nothing has changed about that, BUT it is a little misleading..expecially for the way we are using it. The other day while  reviewing the fasm.dll source, I noticed that it included "x86_64.inc" file and it dawned on me. Just because the dll cant run in 64bit mode doesn't mean it cant generate 64bit code. Thats two totally different things. So I did some quick tests were I generate the 64bit opcode while running in a 32bit process, then take the opcode and place it in a 64bit process. All worked good :sorcerer:  

So right now for a quick work around to get 64bit support, I made a few modifications to wards library that when running in 64bit mode, at compile time I simply place the source on the clipboard, launch a separate script in 32bit mode, generate the code and then pass it back. So far its been working pretty well. 

I don't have full support to all my original functions yet but definitely plan to. I have written a few examples to show the functionality and whats currently supported. Pretty much anything you don't see me using has not been included. The examples are testing strings, getting the address of "GetProcAddress", and Base64 Decode.If you decide to play around with it, remember the calling convention is much different than x86 in how the parameters get passed. I'm still learning myself so I'm not going to sit hear and try to educate anyone, just wanted to point that out. 

Note that due to the modifications of wards libaray, I have now included it in the package. 

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I would be cool to have some lessions how to use Asm e.g. for doing some calculations, array r/w, struct r/w, etc., something like "Asm for dummies".

Thanks for efforts on this project.

Br,
UEZ

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Hey UEZ, Thanks for the comments. For structures and arrays Ive really tried to take all the confusion away by making the _FASMDllStuct*** functions. The operate the same way autoit functions do but handle all the calculations for you. A small tutorial on how its being done could be arranged though ;)

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I've been playing with this. It's not working in 3.3.14 or 3.3.12, but it's working in 3.3.10.2. To make it work in 3.3.14 insert _ArrayAdd from 3.3.10.2 in bottom of FASMEx.au3:

Func _ArrayAdd_33102(ByRef $avArray, $vValue)
  If Not IsArray($avArray) Then Return SetError(1, 0, -1)
  If UBound($avArray, 0) <> 1 Then Return SetError(2, 0, -1)

  Local $iUBound = UBound($avArray)
  ReDim $avArray[$iUBound + 1]
  $avArray[$iUBound] = $vValue
  Return $iUBound
EndFunc   ;==>_ArrayAdd_33102

and replace all occurrences of _ArrayAdd with _ArrayAdd_33102.

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      #include <String.au3> #include <Memory.au3> Test(); Func Test() Local $sFeat1D = "" Local $aFeat1D[32] = ["FPU","VME","DE","PSE","TSC","MSR","PAE","MCE", _ "CX8","APIC","?","SEP","MTRR","PGE","MCA","CMOV", _ "PAT","PSE36","PSN","CLFSH","?","DS","ACPI","MMX", _ "FXSR","SSE","SSE2","SS","HTT","TM","IA64","PBE"] Local $iEdx = CpuID(0x00000001)[3] For $i = 0 to 31 if Get_BitGroup_Dword($iEdx, $i, $i) = 1 Then $sFeat1D &= $aFeat1D[$i] & " " Next Local $sFeat1C = "" Local $aFeat1C[32] = ["SSE3","PCLMULQDQ","DTES64","MONITOR","DS-CPL","VMX","SMX","EST", _ "TM2","SSSE3","CNTX-ID","SDBG","FMA","CX16","XTPR","PDCM", _ "?","PCID","DCA","SSE4.1","SSE4.2","X2APIC","MOVBE","POPCNT", _ "TSC-DEADLINE","AES","XSAVE","OSXSAVE","AVX","F16C","RDRND","HYPERVISOR"] Local $iEcx = CpuID(0x00000001)[2] For $i = 0 to 31 if Get_BitGroup_Dword($iEcx, $i, $i) = 1 Then $sFeat1C &= $aFeat1C[$i] & " " Next MsgBox(0, "CpuId", CpuId_Vendor() & @CRLF & CpuId_Processor_Brand() & @cRLF & $sFeat1D & @cRLF & $sFeat1C) EndFunc ;---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Func Get_BitGroup_Dword($iDword, $iLsb, $iMsb) Local $iVal1 = BitShift($iDword, $iLsb) ;>> Local Const $iMask = 0xFFFFFFFF Local $iVal2 = BitNOT(BitShift($iMask, ($iLsb-$iMsb-1))) ;~<< Return BitAND($iVal1, $iVal2) EndFunc Func RevBinStr($val) Local $rev For $n = BinaryLen($val) To 1 Step -1 $rev &= Hex(BinaryMid($val, $n, 1)) Next Return BinaryToString("0x" & $rev) EndFunc Func CpuId($iLeaf, $iSubLeaf = 0) Local $aE[4] = [0, 0, 0, 0] Local $aCPUID = __Cpuid_Get_Leaf(BitAND($iLeaf, 0xFFFF0000)) ;need to get max first If @error or $aCPUID[0] < $iLeaf Then Return SetError(1, @error, $aE) Return __Cpuid_Get_Leaf($iLeaf, $iSubLeaf) EndFunc Func CpuId_Vendor() Local $aCPUID = __Cpuid_Get_Leaf(0x0) Return RevBinStr($aCPUID[1]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[3]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[2]) EndFunc Func CpuId_Processor_Brand() Local $sPBS = "NOT SUPPORT" Local $aCPUID = __Cpuid_Get_Leaf(0x80000000) ;need to get max extended value first If $aCPUID[0] < 0x80000004 Then Return SetError(1, 0, $sPBS) $aCPUID = __Cpuid_Get_Leaf(0x80000002) $sPBS = RevBinStr($aCPUID[0]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[1]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[2]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[3]) $aCPUID = __Cpuid_Get_Leaf(0x80000003) $sPBS &= RevBinStr($aCPUID[0]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[1]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[2]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[3]) $aCPUID = __Cpuid_Get_Leaf(0x80000004) $sPBS &= RevBinStr($aCPUID[0]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[1]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[2]) & RevBinStr($aCPUID[3]) Return StringStripWS($sPBS, 7) EndFunc Func CpuId_Signature_Info() Local $aRet[6] = [0, 0, 0, 0, 0 ,0] Local Enum $eStep = 0, $eModel, $eFamily, $eType, $eExtModel, $eExtFamily Local $aCPUID = __Cpuid_Get_Leaf(0x00000000) ;need to get max id value first If $aCPUID[0] < 0x00000001 Then Return SetError(1, 0, $aRet) $aCPUID = __Cpuid_Get_Leaf(0x00000001) Local $iEax = $aCPUID[0] $aRet[$eStep] = Get_BitGroup_Dword($iEax, 0, 3) $aRet[$eModel] = Get_BitGroup_Dword($iEax, 4, 7) $aRet[$eFamily] = Get_BitGroup_Dword($iEax, 8, 11) $aRet[$eType] = Get_BitGroup_Dword($iEax, 12, 13) $aRet[$eExtModel] = Get_BitGroup_Dword($iEax, 16, 19) $aRet[$eExtFamily] = Get_BitGroup_Dword($iEax, 20, 27) Return $aRet EndFunc Func __Cpuid_Get_Leaf($iLeaf, $iSubLeaf = 0) Local Const $sCode32 = "0x" & _ ; use32 "55" & _ ; push ebp "89E5" & _ ; mov ebp, esp "53" & _ ; push ebx "8B4508" & _ ; mov eax, [ebp + 08] ;$iLeaf "8B4D0C" & _ ; mov ecx, [epb + 12] ;$iSubLeaf "31DB" & _ ; xor ebx, ebx ; set ebx = 0 "31D2" & _ ; xor edx, edx ; set edx = 0 "0FA2" & _ ; cpuid "8B6D10" & _ ; mov ebp, [ebp + 16] ;ptr int[4] "894500" & _ ; mov [ebp + 00], eax "895D04" & _ ; mov [edi + 04], ebx "894D08" & _ ; mov [edi + 08], ecx "89550C" & _ ; mov [edi + 12], edx "5B" & _ ; pop ebx "5D" & _ ; pop ebp "C3" ; ret Local Const $sCode64 = "0x" & _ ; use 64 "53" & _ ; push rbx "89C8" & _ ; mov eax, ecx ;$ileaf "89D1" & _ ; mov ecx, edx ;$iSubleaf "31DB" & _ ; xor ebx, ebx "31D2" & _ ; xor edx, edx "0FA2" & _ ; cpuid "67418900" & _ ; mov [r8d], eax ;ptr int[4] "6741895804" & _ ; mov [r8d + 04], ebx "6741894808" & _ ; mov [r8d + 08], ecx "674189500C" & _ ; mov [r8d + 12], edx "5B" & _ ; pop rbx "C3" ; ret Local Const $sCode = @AutoItX64 ? $sCode64 : $sCode32 Local Const $iSize = BinaryLen($sCode) Local $aE_X[4] = [0, 0, 0, 0] Local $iErr Do $iErr = 1 Local $pBuffer = _MemVirtualAlloc(0, $iSize, BitOR($MEM_COMMIT, $MEM_RESERVE), $PAGE_EXECUTE_READWRITE) If $pBuffer = 0 Then ExitLoop $iErr = 2 DllStructSetData(DllStructCreate("BYTE[" & $iSize & "]", $pBuffer), 1, $sCode) If @error Then ExitLoop $iErr = 3 Local $tRet = DllStructCreate("int EAX;int EBX;int ECX;int EDX;") If @error Then ExitLoop $iErr = 4 Local $aRet = DllCallAddress("uint:cdecl", $pBuffer, "int", Int($iLeaf), "int", Int($iSubLeaf), "ptr", DllStructGetPtr($tRet)) If @error Then ExitLoop $iErr = 0;Success? Until(True) _MemVirtualFree($pBuffer, $iSize, $MEM_DECOMMIT) ConsoleWrite($iErr <> 0 ? "Error " & $iErr & @CRLF : Hex($aRet[0], 8) & " Leaf: 0x" & Hex($iLeaf, 8) & " SubLeaf: 0x" & Hex($iSubLeaf, 8) & @CRLF) For $i = 0 To $iErr <> 0 ? -1 : UBound($aE_X) - 1 $aE_X[$i] = "0x" & Hex(DllStructGetData($tRet, $i + 1)) ConsoleWrite("E" & Chr(65 + $i) & "X: " & $aE_X[$i] & @CRLF) Next Return SetError($iErr, @error, $aE_X) EndFunc  
      Most of the processor features can be checked with CPUID(0xXXXXXXXX) and using GET_BitGroup_Dword($iE_X, $iBitpos, $iBitpos) as shown in the example
      I broke the weirder ones out into their own specialized functions
    • By Daka
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      Now I developed on xp and win 7, but on win 10 gives me error.

      But the point for me to make it clear and not having basic mistake
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      Right now I'm installing new autoit v3 full install and it ask me what version to do like:
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      I know those are the basic questions of building the application for windows or any OS,
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      use always that or this, it would be great!

       
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