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the microsoft DDK (driver development kit) comes with the latest MASM. just search it on msdn or the microsoft page, should be somwhere near the platform sdk download


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y do u wanna program in assembly? it sux.

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quote:
Original post by Anonymous Poster
y do u wanna program in assembly? it sux.


Ok, us mature GameDev''ers can handle this. Just ignore.

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ok i may be dumb but i tried to find the download at msdn.microsoft.com and i could not...could anybody please provide a link to the actual file?

Thank you!

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If you must have MASM:
http://win32assembly.online.fr/download.html

better (open, nicer syntax, less red tape) - NASM:
http://rs1.szif.hu/~tomcat/win32/

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You can also write all you assebly code inline using __asm{}.

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I''d go with NASM, although MASM is pretty cool too... not sure if you can download it separatley from the DDK so it might be a big download compared to a few hundred K for NASM...

I''ve used NASM for ages now (since the days of programming in DOS with DJGPP...) and i can''t find anything wrong with it from my point of view...

jx

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Thanks Jan Wassenberg the links proved to be very useful. And thanks everybody else too!

[edited by - imakegames on May 2, 2003 1:08:54 PM]

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