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explode



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fasm support diferent asm languajes...???

like nasm or gnu-asm
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Post 01 Jan 2005, 05:42
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beppe85



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No, fasm is an assembler with its own language dialect. I'm not aware of an assembler multi-dialect.

Maybe you could use its macro features to emulate...
Post 01 Jan 2005, 07:32
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FASM syntax is very close to NASM one - the most NASM sources need very little changes to be compiled with FASM - usualy deleting of type casting and "short" directives, because FASM make these things automatically.

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Post 01 Jan 2005, 11:56
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scientica
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as for gnu-asm/gas/AT&T, well, it's mor or less the reverse "intel syntax" - but, I'm sure if you for some reason would get a kick from it, you could probably emulate AT&T syntax with help of a bunch of macros and fix/equ statements...
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