- From: santosh <santosh.k83@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 01 Aug 2007 03:14:52 +0530
On Jul 30, 10:12 am, Betov <be...@xxxxxxx> wrote:
And I'm still waiting for a definition from you that doesn't
invalidate MASM -- which just about everyone on this planet accepts as
being an assembler
Yes, clown. Most people call MASM an "Assembler", because it has
become common usage to call it so, but, you understand it or not,
MASM is NOT an Assembler, as long as it breaks the holly 1:1
correspondance, by not outputing what the programmer writes.
There is no "holly" [ ... ]
There is an 'Holly' though.