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Mixing DX with assembler

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You are talking about assembler, but there is any ASM that support MMX+, 3DNow!+ and SSE2 (or maybe SSE3)? I'm searching, the NASM talk about SSE Opcodes, but I don't know if it support it. Because with x86 and FPU ASM we can't do much. [Edited by - Dark Schneider on March 28, 2005 7:44:54 AM]

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You are going to write your entire program in assembler?
You can use a HLL like C++ and use inline asm.
It's even better to use the intrinsics library of Intel and AMD but I think you have to buy it.

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Inline asm depend of C compiler, ASM not, and using extern assembler sure you to not interfere with compilation process (yes, inline assembly can be bad for compiler optimization of C code).

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I have encountered the MASM 8.2, it support all (I suppose, maybe I try it...).

About NASM, I have to look it too, their documentation about this is very bad.

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