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Petr



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Hello to all))
Is fasm g replace fasm1? Should i learn fasm1? Thanks!
Post 01 Feb 2021, 17:22
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They are not the same thing.

fasm is an x86 assembler. It is fast and efficient, and easier to use if you want to write x86 code.

fasmg is not an assembler, it is an interpreted high level language that you can use to write an assembler. It is slower, and requires you to have many external macro files if you want to use it to write x86 code.
Post 01 Feb 2021, 23:16
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Petr



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Thank you very much ))
Post 02 Feb 2021, 12:41
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Depending on circumstances, fasmg may sometimes be a viable replacement for fasm 1, see the migration guide for more information.
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