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ASM in Visual C++ 5.0: 2 very quick questions...

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Posted 30 August 1999 - 12:26 PM

Hey all,

I'm compiler shopping and I need a couple of quick questions answered:

1)Does VC++ Professional have a built-in assembler or do I need to find (buy, download?) masm or an equivalent?

2)Can anyone recommend a good book for learning masm? (or whatever assembler I'd be using in VC++)

Thanks,

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Posted 30 August 1999 - 12:26 PM

I do not use vc any more...an early version of it had an inline asm, but very limited opcodes, no 32bit registers. I think this has changed, but if you want to use mmx, 3dnow etc. you better download nasm.(it's free and portable)




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