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    So what do you use? Just notepad? Thanks
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    [g]Vim is good.

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    Personally I like JEdit.

    http://www.cprogramming.com/texteditors.html

    Here's a list of text editors from that link: http://fmwww.bc.edu/repec/bocode/t/textEditors.html

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    Thanks! I'll take a look, but the IDE i'm using WinASM, yeah i got it to work

    Ha, but it wont work with certain programs. I'm writing a paper on computer viruses, so i made a very simple one, it just infects one file on the current directory its in, it has no destructive payloads or anything, i was actually interested in AL a bit, seeing how it reproduces and attaches itself to host files, the host files being simple .COM files i wrote that display a line like: "hello world" but for some reason the IDE wont spit out the .COM file, it assembles and links no problem but when i go into the directory the file aint there. But it works for when i make the host program ? I'm confused but workin on it. And i'll take a look at those text editiors,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Junior89 View Post
    Thanks! I'll take a look, but the IDE i'm using WinASM, yeah i got it to work

    Ha, but it wont work with certain programs. I'm writing a paper on computer viruses, so i made a very simple one, it just infects one file on the current directory its in, it has no destructive payloads or anything, i was actually interested in AL a bit, seeing how it reproduces and attaches itself to host files, the host files being simple .COM files i wrote that display a line like: "hello world" but for some reason the IDE wont spit out the .COM file, it assembles and links no problem but when i go into the directory the file aint there. But it works for when i make the host program ? I'm confused but workin on it. And i'll take a look at those text editiors,

    Thanks!
    If I remember correctly (head is very cloudy regarding this), the assemblers actually generated EXE files and then you had to run some other program which transformed them into COMs. I can't remember what the program was called, but it was fairly standard. Check the docs.

    And careful with your virus. One coding error and you can wipe out your machine. And don't let it anywhere near me :-)

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    Haha, i know, its a simple infector, i programmed it to only infect one other file (thats in the directory with it, host.com).

    See the host file compiled just fine as a COM, but this one wont =(

    Maybe the program itself is run when its first compiled? Then maybe it's infecting itself, i dunno.

    I don't get it, maybe i should just try another assembler? ha
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