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    Does anyone know where to get NASM since http://www.web-sites.co.uk or whatever it is is not a website anymore?

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    Re: Asm

    Originally posted by Quantrizi
    Does anyone know where to get NASM since http://www.web-sites.co.uk or whatever it is is not a website anymore?

    Try here

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    Thank you Fordy. :-)

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    http://www.archive.org

    type in the URL of any site and you can look at previous editions of website, or dead sites.

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    Thanks frenchfry. I have 2 questions now though:
    [list=1]Does anyone know what assembly (Intel, AT&T) MSVC++ uses?[/list=1]
    [list=2]Does anyone know how to use NASM code to work with MSVC++?[/list=2]

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    can you just like link the OBJ files from the NASM stuff to the rest of your files or something?

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    I would think so....but what is the purpose of including ASM in w/ code anyhow?

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    Originally posted by Quantrizi
    Thanks frenchfry. I have 2 questions now though:
    [list=1]Does anyone know what assembly (Intel, AT&T) MSVC++ uses?[/list=1]
    [list=2]Does anyone know how to use NASM code to work with MSVC++?[/list=2]
    VC++ uses MASM syntax (or as close as needs be)

    I dont know about NASM, but if you can make a dll with it (which I understand you can), then it should be easy.....but if you want to do windows coding in ASM....dump NASM and get MASM...it has much more support

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    ok, thankx. u know where i can grab a copy of masm?

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    Originally posted by Quantrizi
    ok, thankx. u know where i can grab a copy of masm?

    Yup

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