The discussions on performance are the same across different compilers. The talking points we are discussing here also apply to MASM, NASM, POASM boards as well, because once they been turned into binaries, they all look the same to the CPU/linker regardless of compilers/assemblers used to produce such binaries. At this very point, the assembler/compiler used is irrelevant.
If you want to talk about compiler optimization (time, size), you go to Compiler Internals as I already did here.
There's a misunderstanding here. I'm not talking about assemblers as they relate to their use as tools to build the code that's being discussed. I understood you as saying that because FASM happens to be an assembler, this performance discussion does not apply to FASM's source code.
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