Thread: Inline Assembly error (invalid operand)??

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    Inline Assembly error (invalid operand)??

    I am learning assembly or I should say HLA's version of ASM
    and I am learning TRUE asm with that.
    I am not sure for the syntax of inline asm, but everyway I look at it this should work...

    #include <iostream.h>
    int main()
    	int x;
    		mov		0, eax
    		add		2, eax
    		mov		eax, x
    	return 0;
    could someone tell me why it doesn't work?
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    I don't know much intel assembly but I do know some. Your destination operand goes on left, source on right.

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