Re: Rene can't handle AoA's Success

"rhyde@xxxxxxxxxx" <rhyde@xxxxxxxxxx> écrivait

I would agree that languages like C/C++, Pascal, and what-not
that have in-line assembly capabilities aren't particularly good
vehicles for learning assembly language

Languages offering inline Asm are NOT AT ALL languages for
learning Assembly. They are languages, with which one can
learn inline Assembly. That is, the very first step in
learning the basics of Assembly Instructions.

Now, what i am pointing to is that your HLL, not offering
inline Assembly, is _NOT EVEN_ a tool for learning Inline


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