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Re: Help required regardingGNU Assembler Problems-Reg.

From: mastercomputerservices 1957
Subject: Re: Help required regardingGNU Assembler Problems-Reg.
Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2020 13:31:10 +0530

Thank you for your response.

A lot of confusion there.I am opening one page then another page is coming
immediately as the same matter with  very little difference,that is why I
am confused regarding binutils.This is first time I am using GNU group
software.I am a senior citizen and also eye sight is there.That is also one
of my mistakes.

Anyhow I am requesting all of you for my mistakes.
Sorry for the troubles created by me.
Please pardon me.

>From the last one month I have been searching for my Assembler problems and
how to solve them that is worrying me.
If any rude behaviour on my end please pardon me.
I don't want to hurt anybody,because you are trying to help me without any
relation and also you are trying  to solve my problem without any
payment.You are kind and are the main helping hand to me.You are helping
Once again I am sorry for my rude behaviour.
Last one is how to send my problem?Plain text,word document also not
allowed.Because I know masm32 and visual masm compilers.Everytime I am
copying and pasting my routines on the masm compilers.Please try to educate



On Mon, Oct 5, 2020 at 2:12 AM Bob Proulx <> wrote:

> mastercomputerservices 1957 wrote:
> > Namaste!
> Namaste!
> > Highly required your assistance to solve my Assembler routine.
> > So many mails were sent to,but nobody replied so far.
> > Anxiously waiting for your early help.
> You have written to the generic help for GNU utilities mailing list
> for projects that don't have their own help list.  Which is okay.  But
> you are asking about an assembler something.  The GNU Project
> assembler is part of the GNU Binutils project.  And the binutils
> project has it's own mailing list.  Therefore you should write there
> for discussion about the assembler and binutils.
> The address is almost always overloaded with very general
> stuff.  It's much better to write to the specific project address
> directly.
> BUT FIRST let me help you write a better message.  Because your
> message could be more effective.  First off you did not include your
> question in the body of your mail message.  That means that someone
> who is simply reading your message cannot see any question there.
> Most people are likely to ignore it in that case since they did not
> see a question that they could answer.
> The message instead included an attachment in .docx format.  That's
> less than good on the best days and worse on other days.  It's
> traditionally been such a problem that there is a reference page
> specifically about these types of attachments.  Please read and then
> please avoid sending such attachment types to community mailing lists.
> However I decided that I might be able to help you and therefore I did
> go to the trouble of decoding that attachment.  And I was surprised to
> find plain text there!  That makes it doubly problematic.  If it was
> plain text in the first place then it should have been attached as a
> plain text file so that it would be plainly visible for all to read.
> This makes your queries harder to read and because they are harder
> they are less likely to be answered.
> Also a specific comment about the wording of your attachment:
> > I want your immediate guidance/help regarding GNU Assembler interface
> > with GNU Fortran problem. Given below for your ready reference.
> Please remember that we are all volunteers here.  We don't get paid
> anything.  This is not our jobs.  I am just another user in the
> community exactly like you.  We help when we can help.  When we can't
> help then we cannot help.
> Including demands such as "I want your immediate..." anything is much
> too demanding to be asking of people who are helping only out of the
> goodness of their hearts.  Such statements often have the opposite
> effect.  They cause people who might help to be "put off" by it and to
> ignore such messages.  Trouble words there are "want" and "immediate".
> It is always good to think about how you would react if you were the
> one helping others and were reading the message.
> Personally when I am stuck and need help I think it is okay to say
> something about my problem and talk about me but not to demand from
> others.  Example:
>     I am stuck.  I cannot figure this out.  Please help me figure out
>     how to do this.
> Something like that is much more likely to get help from people than
> demanding that they help you immediately.
> Having said all of the above now let me point you toward the GNU
> binutils project.  The project home page with all of the information
> is here:
> On that page I find the mailing list for the binutils project to be
> this folowing mailing list.
>     <> (archives,
>     For discussing binutils issues.
> Good luck! :-)
> Bob
> I will copy and paste your .docx attachment here as plain text.
> ----- Forwarded attachment from D. Sundar Chand -----
> I want your immediate guidance/help regarding GNU Assembler interface
> with GNU Fortran problem. Given below for your ready reference.
> What is the correct syntax?
> Below my trial assembly routine for windows xp, 32 Bit, Intel Centrino
> Core*2 Duo machine given for your ready reference.
>      ?  .386P                              # what is the correct syntax?
>      ?      .text                          # what is the correct syntax?
>      ?      .data                          # what is the correct syntax?
>      ?      .code                          # what is the correct syntax?
>            start:                         # no error
>            pushl  %ebp                    # no error
>            movl   %ebp,%esp               # no error
>            movb   %ah,0                   # no error
>      ?     lesl?    %bx,dword ptr[%ebp+6]    # what is the correct syntax?
>      ?     movl?    %al,%esi:[%ebx]          # what is the correct syntax?
>        int    $16                         # no error
>        movl   %esp,%ebp                   # no error
>        pop    %ebp                        # no error
>        ret    $04                         # no error
>        exit:                              # no error
> I particularly want the above question mark ? Syntaxes at the earliest
> with all correct syntax programs. I have tried in many ways in many
> times, but failed. There are no working examples available regarding
> GNU Assembler. No body wrote the working examples. They have not given
> any examples without work.  Till today nobody helped me.
> The original MS-DOS assembly routine given below for your ready
> reference of32 Bit, Intel Centrino Core*2 Duo machine.
>     .386P
>     .DATA
>     .CODE
>              PUBLIC SCREEN
>                     PUSH   BP
>                     MOV    BP,SP
>                     MOV    AH,0
>                     LES    BX,DWORD PTR [BP+6]
>                     MOV    AL,SI:[BX]
>                     INT    16
>                     MOV    SP,BP
>                     POP    BP
>                     RET    04
>                     SCREEN ENDP
>     END
> Now I want to convert it into a Toshiba A 205,Satellite laptop with
> Windows XP,32 Bit, Intel Centrino Core*2 Duo machine.
> Finally I am begging you to solve my problem. Otherwise please refer
> another expert to my problem.
> Sorry I am troubling you, because there is no alternate to you.
> Please try to suggest a useful book/online material on this language.
> Please help me to solve and learn further.
> Anxiously waiting for your early email
> If not possible to solve my problem, I want to take sanyasa
> Ashram,because I tied and vex up.
> Thanks
> Regards,
> D. Sundar Chand
> ----- End attachment forward -----

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