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mikegonta



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Post 22 Nov 2008, 21:33
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baldr



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mikegonta wrote:
CASM is not for C programmers.
That's the point. So what is the meaning of C in "C notation ASseMbler"?

If average C programmer is not concerned about
*a++ *= b + c
not being equivalent to
*a++ = *a++ * b + c
it's a problem. May be he/she is not even average? Wink

And I definitely will prefer RotateThroughCarryLeft(eax, 5) over eax [[ CARRY 5; — former is lengthy somewhat, but brevity obscures latter.

How about going Unicode?
eax ♀← 5; // rcl eax, 5
eax ♂← 5; // rol eax, 5

? Wink
Post 23 Nov 2008, 08:44
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revolution
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baldr wrote:
And I definitely will prefer RotateThroughCarryLeft(eax, 5) over eax [[ CARRY 5; — former is lengthy somewhat, but brevity obscures latter.
I definitely would prefer "rcl eax,5", or if one insists upon C-like punctuation "rcl(eax,5)"
baldr wrote:
... ♀← ...
That could be confused with something else!
Post 23 Nov 2008, 08:53
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