Re: Why there are so many assemblers.



"randyhyde@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <randyhyde@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> écrivait
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> Frank Kotler wrote:
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>> From the Nasm manual...
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>> http://home.comcast.net/~fbkotler/nasmdoc1.html#section-1.1
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>> "Its syntax is designed to be simple and easy to understand, similar
to
>> Intel's but less complex."
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>> You don't have to make stuff up about what Nasm is "claiming"...
>>
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>
> And who says the manual is correct?
> It also says:
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> "MASM isn't very good, and it's expensive, and it runs only under DOS.
> "
>
> Which is fundamentally wrong on all accounts :-)

No ass-hole: It is right:

* MASM is really awfully bad. No possible contest.

* It is very expensive in matter of ethic.

* Under Windows, it does not run: It walks painfully

* Under Linux, or any other OS, it is illegal.

:))

Betov.

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