Are you trying to say you want Visual C++ to be able to compile assembly code? That isn't going to happen. You will need a pure assembly compiler to compile your assembly code. Try looking for either NASM or MASM. If you want to use some inline assembly in your exisiting C/C++ project then you can do it as follows:
Originally posted by Strut
I been programming in C/C++ for a while, and decided to get down and dirty with assembly. My question is: how do i go about setting up Visual C++ 6.0 to compile assembly? Do I need any specific header files, or library files? Any help in getting an empty project up and goin and ready to compile would be really helpfull.
And while I'm at it, does anyone have any good beginner ASM tutorial sites? I find a lot of them which leave a lot of things un-explained. Which doesn't teach me anything, even if I can memorize the syntax. Thanks.
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