If you could provide a .zip for your masm then I am sure many win 10 users here would try it out.
But an installer and potential windows warnings I fear put many off.
The file attached to the Create a hundred folders
a zip archive containing the exe. Extract it to a tmp folder and run it from a DOS prompt; but warning, it does
create 100 folders with 100 files in them - you better know how do delete them ;-)
The *.asc file in the archive is the source in RTF format. You can open it in WordPad to see which Windows API calls I used (towards the end. MakeDir macro).
For installing Masm32 & MasmBasic, see Masm32: What you absolutely need to get started
. Re "installer and potential windows warnings": See my post count over there. It's a question of trust; most assembler projects trigger some warnings or get quarantined etc, simply because the AV heuristic scanners "detect" that the code is different from what they expect. For example, I have almost no CRT calls in the whole library - very
And in any case, I don't want to make publicity for Masm & friends in a FreeBasic forum. It's an entirely different baby, although sometimes knowledge of assembler may help to understand better the quirks of FreeBasic.