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Speed up windows DLL file written in assembly language

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I wrote a windows dll in assembly language and compile and link it using MASM32.the dll contains code for function doing simple arithmatic operation.I write the same function and made dll using visual c++ compiler.the dll produced by vc++ run faster then that produced by MASM32.How can i get my assembly level dll faster than vc++ dll.How can i specify bigger virtual memory size than default in assembly level programming?i use FLAT memory model and STDCALL calling convension. Save the world,save your neighbours,To survive yourself.

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Also don''t even other putting simple thigns in DLLs. I cause a tremendous overheading for loading ther DLL, calling the function, returning, and at the end of a program, unloading the DLL. I owuld really only use them for things that could be modified in the future.

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