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Re: Inline asm?

Inline assembly is part of the C++ standard I believe.  I think it
is like:

asm {

However that would be gnu assembly.

It sounds to me like you're talking about assembly to access hardware
devices.  In general you don't do this under linux.  Instead you use
a library that does all the hardware manipulation.  You might want to
take a look at SVGALib or KGI if you want to know how it works underneath.

Dennis Payne