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Embrance



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Embrance
Anyone know where to find one? Confused
Post 29 Apr 2004, 21:20
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f0dder



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http://msdn.microsoft.com/visualc/vctoolkit2003/ Razz - in addition to your optimization flags etc, add /FAs to the cl.exe commandline to have the compiler produce a .asm listing.
Post 29 Apr 2004, 22:22
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Embrance



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Embrance
ow checking it.thnx for the help:D
Post 29 Apr 2004, 22:50
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f0dder



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np. It's pretty cute that this compiler is available for free now, apart from intel's compiler, microsoft's is probably the best for x86... it does a pretty okay job at code generation. You can still beat both the compilers when it comes to MMX and SSE code, but it takes some effort for 'regular' code Smile
Post 30 Apr 2004, 02:09
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Vortex



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Embrance,

Direct coding in asm is more preferable that using a C to asm converter since the compilers doesn't understand algos like humans. Are you trying to study the code generation of C compilers?

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Post 30 Apr 2004, 09:45
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decard



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if you like GNU tools, you can also make GCC produce assembler outout (via --save-temps option), but it will be in AT&T syntax.
Post 30 Apr 2004, 10:26
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BiDark



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decard wrote:
if you like GNU tools, you can also make GCC produce assembler outout (via --save-temps option), but it will be in AT&T syntax.


FYI, this behaviour can be changed by using '-masm=intel' option, to produce intel assembly style listing.
Post 30 Apr 2004, 10:57
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Embrance



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Embrance
Thanks for the replies.However i think i will use only ASM.No C and such....
Post 05 May 2004, 04:20
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ShortCoder



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Another thing to do. ---you could write the software in C, compile it to an executable, then use a disassembler on the executable and try to read that code.
Post 07 May 2004, 04:26
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