Re: Which x86 assembler for Windows/Linux/Solaris?



In message <437674de$0$13510$636a15ce@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, Frederico Mameri
<spamtrap@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> There's also GAS (Gnu Assembler). GAS doesn't assemble as fast as NASM,
> and also uses AT&T syntax.

It also does Intel syntax now.

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