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  • : Thanks, so the Assembly language syntax is Compiler Specific. There
    : could be compilers that only accept Intel Syntax.
    :

    Yes, in a very hypothetically theoretical improbable situation... yeah (MS Visual Studio)


    Best Regards,
    Richard

    The way I see it... Well, it's all pretty blurry
  • : Yes, in a very hypothetically theoretical improbable situation...
    : yeah (MS Visual Studio)

    Well I'm Sticked to the GNU Compiler Collection and the Code::Blocks IDE.
    I Think that with this tools everything can be done. Like for example ReactOS, this Operating System is a clone of Windows NT family of operating
    systems. Is been developed using nasm and GCC. Very nice progress it have.

    Not an easy task that one of reactos! :S

    I have to search the op-codes that support the gnu compiler for the
    assembler language, like the one from the examble above "inb".

  • : I have to search the op-codes that support the gnu compiler for the
    : assembler language, like the one from the examble above "inb".
    :

    Actually, the OP-codes are all Intel-format. They're processor specific and for PC's it's Intel's world.
    You need to search the ASM syntax used ;)


    Best Regards,
    Richard

    The way I see it... Well, it's all pretty blurry
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