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Re: Guidelines? (And a quick note about the website)

The Greene Family wrote:

>One more thing i should ask is about the use of assembly, i'm a fairly
>experienced assembler coder, but i am anything but adept at the AT&T syntax
>(to be straight forward: i've never been able to get the blasted syntax to
>work!) so would using NASM be a bad thing or what?

NASM is fine, but you should avoid assembly if possible, because it's very
hard to port. And for most things the small speed gain just isn't worth it.


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