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Post Can someone suggest ASM compiler?
Can you please suggest ASM compiler, with whom I can compile x64 ASM codes and binary files. For training I just want to look at x64, but as far as I have seen, I've only came (found) across 16/32 bit compilers.

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Post Re: Can someone suggest ASM compiler?
Netwide Assembler (NASM) and YASM all support elf64, and an x86_64 gcc-ld port can link to target the 64 bit environment.

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NASM...totally. I use nothing else.

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Post Re: Can someone suggest ASM compiler?
GNU as, of course, will work too.


Mon Apr 26, 2010 11:53 am
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Post Re: Can someone suggest ASM compiler?
nasm, it works for 16, 32 and icky 64 bit modes.


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GAS


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I use NASM when I do any assembly. It's a great tool and it uses a familiar ASM syntax. I HATE AT&T ASM syntax(GNU as aka GAS uses AT&T syntax).


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Doesn't GAS have a switch to use Intel Syntax Assembler?

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Post Re: Can someone suggest ASM compiler?
I do suggest NASM, but if you don't use that, don't use FASM. FASM has been manipulated in so many ways with so many macros I have started to consider it "Wimpified" assembly. two examples: on most assemblers you decide what type of format you want when you "command-line" FASM lets you do this through your code. the other example is the good ol' windows messagebox. FASM "wimpifies" that with a macro :shock:

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James_Parsons wrote:
I do suggest NASM, but if you don't use that, don't use FASM. FASM has been manipulated in so many ways with so many macros I have started to consider it "Wimpified" assembly. two examples: on most assemblers you decide what type of format you want when you "command-line" FASM lets you do this through your code. the other example is the good ol' windows messagebox. FASM "wimpifies" that with a macro :shock:


lol that's funny. I would think NASM is going to be the most popular among OS devers.

Side note, aren't macros supposed to make us programmers more efficient by requiring less manual labor?


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