|Submitted on: 8/20/2001 7:06:38 PM |
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Compatibility:C, C++ (general), Microsoft Visual C++, Borland C++, UNIX C++
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| This is for Visual basic users also: this will show you how to create a exe with no compiler, linker, anything just pure machine code. Please vote|
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Open ms-dos and type
copy con test1.com
2.Next press and hold alt-180(Mov value into ah)
3.Next press alt-2
4.Next press and hold alt-178(mov value into dl)
5.Next press alt-1
6.Next press alt-205(Call for ineterupt)
7. press and hold alt-33
8.press and hold alt-195(Retn)
9. press crt-z
press enter than type test1.com
now you see a happy face there it its just 7 bits email me if you want more commands
Please vote even if its a bad one
i just like them
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|8/21/2001 12:30:32 PM:HELP!!!!|
MY PC SPEAKER IS GOING AWALL!!!!...
think i made a typo ;-)
|8/21/2001 12:31:44 PM:...|
It does work when you type it right...
|8/21/2001 1:46:51 PM:ejucatid|
That's pretty cool, I like it... but I
wish you had explained a little better
exactly what's going on, instead of
just what to do. As in... if I wanted
to print a different character (or add
more characters), what would I do?
|8/21/2001 2:35:35 PM:Twinb|
Neat code! I'd like to see more.
|8/21/2001 3:23:52 PM:PsyVision|
Can someone send me a piccy of what the
text should look like in the dos window
when u have pressed all the stuff ? I
wanna know more ;D
|8/21/2001 6:45:13 PM:Chris Wise|
i couldnt get it too work
|8/21/2001 9:32:57 PM:Deryck H|
I dont get it. How do you use it with
a .cpp or .vb file?? I'll give you a 5
star for fun.
|8/21/2001 9:47:48 PM:Nick|
I was wondering what
|8/21/2001 10:34:48 PM:]|Dlague|
nice, but it does not work on W2K server
|8/22/2001 1:06:49 AM:alex|
that's really cool! how does it work?
|8/22/2001 11:14:48 AM:om|
this isn't c++, c nor anything remotely
to do with VB. if anything, this should
be in the assembly section, but we
don't have an assembly section on
And so it's totally irrelavent to
|8/22/2001 11:17:06 AM:om|
Good stuff, but not in anyway relevant
to anything on this site, so u get a
poor rating from me.
|8/22/2001 12:46:52 PM:Vbmew |
om this is very good stuff and can be
use with visual basic or c++ to build
assemblers if you know how
|8/22/2001 1:23:47 PM:Barry Staes|
How to change a character:
ALT+1 is the code wich tells te
computer to put character with nr 1 on
the screen. (That the face is the 1st
char is only a coincidence!)
you did above stuff, and want to change
the char, you type:
then you see a text editor
wich you can use to alter the face.
(not the colored face, the 2nd face is
the one used on your screen) Using the
editor replace the face with an other
character. For example an
|8/23/2001 1:16:21 AM:PC|
For better results, call the file
test1.com. It will not open from
windows if it has an EXE extension.
|8/24/2001 9:42:17 AM:Steve Mack|
mine gets the size down to 8
bytes...but says it's not a valid win32
applications...I don't really see the
point with that.
|8/25/2001 10:31:16 PM:Brian G.|
This is an old DOS style program, PE
executable compressors are more
applicable and usefull nowadays.
|8/29/2001 10:25:40 AM:John Edward Colman|
I would like to see more examples like
It'd be great if PSC had an ASM
If you know of any worthwhile
sites please let me know.
|10/19/2001 1:00:00 PM:GOOOD|
Cool, nice code !!!
|10/29/2001 7:36:00 PM:Nice|
Steve Mack >> did you save it in
notepad? You need to save it as a
binary so use a hexeditor etc...
|11/24/2001 4:22:35 PM:Sord|
Doesn't work in Win XP, CTRL Z just
|12/12/2001 6:46:28 PM:chris|
wow nice stuff. and it does work in
winxp(home edition build 2600) and the
^Z is supposed to show up.
|12/30/2001 12:18:11 AM:Anxiety|
Well I see some of you must not have
been following instructions because it
works as it says in WinXP Pro 2600.
Very cool code. I knew about the
/con/con thing but I never knew that
you could use it for other things.
Although this does have nothing to do
with C/C++ its still pretty neat.
|2/5/2002 11:10:46 PM:Can i Have more commands?|
Can i have more commands
|3/11/2002 1:51:08 AM:Mike Hollinger|
The proliferation of modern programming
languages (all of which seem to have
stolen countless features from one
another) sometimes makes it difficult
to remember what language you're
currently using. This handy reference
is offered as a public service to help
programmers who find themselves in such
Task: Shoot yourself
in the foot!
You shoot yourself
in the foot.
accidentally create a dozen instances
of yourself and shoot them all in the
foot. Providing emergency medical
assistance is impossible since you
can't tell which are bitwise copies and
which are just pointing at others and
|3/26/2002 5:31:58 AM:Matt McCaul|
Way cool. Didn't know you could ddo
things like that.
Any more information
on that sort of programming would be a
|3/31/2002 1:25:29 AM:DarkonEx|
E-Mail me more commands please this is
|5/5/2002 9:19:30 PM:Thunder|
Hey that's really awesome.
I wish I
could do some fun stuff like that. ;)
|6/9/2002 9:33:40 PM:Eric M|
Cool! 4 stars! Would you please email
me a few commands and their hex
opcodes. I too would like to know how
to do a string of commands and how to
make it print the same char forever.
Also, anyone who wants more info on how
that code works. And they should read
0 by Ultimatum.
|7/5/2002 2:00:06 PM:DaNo|
There should be an ASM sector @ psc.
Can anybody contact Ian about this?
|8/29/2002 9:37:22 AM:Zoltan|
The code is great,I've been playing
with things like this too, I'm making a
rotating box, it runs allready, but the
coding takes too long time...
If u r
interested, mail at
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