Hi Andrew, i mean a c programmer to add some examples in my spanish version of your tutorial at http://atari.rf.gd examples to some pseudo ops with no examples available(BEING ABLE TO READ DASM C SOURCE CODE).
i know dasm's documentation it's done by professionals, but there are too not advanced programmers that don't know how to interpret certain references to pseudo ops in that short document.
if you take a look in a search about this subject(into atari age forum) you will find several people asking for examples, and there we are, not always a document is enough for everybody.
e.g you are using pseudo ops and there is something you cannot understand, then you search and search with that opcodes at google... and there are no examples in the internet.
i love dasm and im really greatfull about it, but there is a lack of examples in some cases. then you are stuck like this user needing more examples
so sometimes this is really harsh and you know, you can get out of answers and not wanting to write to the forum a zillion times.
i had an issue about macros, talking about macros arguments, then years after i have found Thomas in the dasm forum talking about that.
and here recently(recently found this old post)
then i was trying to understand with this examples if it is possible to do some kind of array or table of macros
so i have found this post
and found this same user here asking for it(what i think it's near what i need, really dunno)
ok, that's all Andrew, thank you for answering and for your work.
i would love to be able to write some examples for dasm being able to read it's code in this cases where you feel that I NEED AN "EXAMPLES FOR DUMMIES."
pd: sometimes when i think about examples or documentation i remember dasm's preface from peter in 2008
and when you look all the documentation versions you will find that there is not a stack of examples or documentation added until this days since peter said that. 😱
PREFACE FROM PETER (APRIL/2008)
Everything Andrew says above is still true, there have been a
few sporadic updates to the documentation but no major ones,
not even Olaf Seibert's changes from 1995 have been integrated,
to say nothing of Thomas Mathys' F8 backend from 2004. We are
urgently looking for volunteers to help with the documentation!