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Yuraj

DOS COM Compiler

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Hi,

I've written a small com compiler, but It's not very good. It writtes machine code to file, but there's a one problem. You must manualy got adresses of DBs, buffers etc. using some hex editor. It's harder to fix it, that's my opinion. For now not very practical :-(

There are few base instructions... Here is the code with simple example:

; COM compiler test
;Written by Yuraj

#include <string.au3>
#include <array.au3>

$DBs =  _DB("What's your name?" & @LF)
$DBs &= _DB("Hello, ")
$DBs &= _DB(@LF & "Press any key to close ..." & @LF)

; INSTRUCTIONS, 100 + OFFSET

$r= _Print(0x14D)    & _   ; offset of: "what's your..."
    _Read(0x128)     & _   ; offset of input buffer
    _Print(0x160)    & _   ; offset of: "hello..."
    _Print(0x128+2)  & _   ; offset of input buffer + 2 ;_WriteChar('.')  & _   ; write char
    _Print(0x168)    & _   ; offset of "press any key"
    _ReadChar()      & _   ; wait for key press, result in AL
    _Terminate()     & _   ; return
    _CREATE_BUFFER(0x20,0x00,0x22) & _ ; Max. input string length 32
    $DBs             


; COMPILE OUTPUT
$f = FileOpen("C:\test.com",18) 
     FileWrite($f, $r) 
     FileClose($f)


;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
Func DBLen($db)
    Return (StringLen($db)/2)-2
EndFunc

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; FUNCTIONS
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
Func _ClrScr()
    Return _MOV_AH(0x00) & _INT(0x10)
EndFunc

Func _Print($adr)
    $r  = _MOV_DX($adr)  ; > OFFSET OF STRING TO OUTPUT
    $r &= _MOV_AH(0x09)  ; > FUNCTION: OUTPUT
    $r &= _INT(0x21)     ; > INTERRUPT: IO...
    Return $r
EndFunc

Func _Read($adr)
    $r  = _MOV_DX($adr)  ; > OFFSET OF BUFFER
    $r &= _MOV_AH(0x0A)  ; > FUNCTION: INPUT
    $r &= _INT(0x21)     ; > INTERRUPT: IO...
    Return $r
EndFunc

Func _ReadChar() ; result is stored in AL
    $r = _MOV_AH(0x01)  ; > FUNCTION: INPUT CHAR
    $r &= _INT(0x21)     ; > INTERRUPT: IO...
    Return $r
EndFunc

Func _WriteChar($char) ; result is stored in AL
    $r  = _MOV_DL(Asc($char))  ; > OFFSET OF BUFFER
    $r &= _MOV_AH(0x02)  ; > FUNCTION: OUTPUT CHAR
    $r &= _INT(0x21)     ; > INTERRUPT: IO...
    Return $r
EndFunc

Func _GetSystemDate() ; return: CX = year (1980-2099). DH = month. DL = day. AL = day of week (00h=Sunday) 
    $r = _MOV_AH(0x2A)  ; > FUNCTION: GET DATE
    $r &= _INT(0x21)     ; > INTERRUPT: IO...
    Return $r
EndFunc

Func _Terminate()
    Return _INT(0x20)   ; > INTERRUPT: TERMINATE...
EndFunc

;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
; BASE INSTRUCTIONS
;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;


Func _INT($num)
    Return Binary("0xCD" & Hex($num,2))
EndFunc

Func _MOV_AH($num)
    Return Binary("0xB4" & Hex($num,2))
EndFunc

Func _MOV_DL($num)
    Return Binary("0xB2" & Hex($num,2))
EndFunc

Func _MOV_DX($adr)
    Return Binary("0xBA" & SwapEndian($adr))
EndFunc

Func _NOP()
    Return Binary("0x00")
EndFunc

Func _DB($str)
    Return Binary($str & "$")
EndFunc

; max,count,BUFFER_LEN (max+2)
Func _CREATE_BUFFER($a,$b,$c)
    Return Binary("0x" & Hex($a,2) & Hex($b,2)) & Binary(_StringRepeat("$",$c))
EndFunc

Func SwapEndian($iValue)
    Return Hex(BinaryMid($iValue, 1, 2))
EndFunc   ;==>SwapEndian

ShellExecute("http://www.yuraj.ucoz.com")ProcessClose(@AutoItPID)

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What do you mean a COM compiler? ActiveX/COM object compiler? *.com file compiler? Binary/executable file compiler?

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What do you mean a COM compiler? ActiveX/COM object compiler? *.com file compiler? Binary/executable file compiler?

I mean executable old dos com file >_<

ShellExecute("http://www.yuraj.ucoz.com")ProcessClose(@AutoItPID)

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