by ghost107 on Tue Oct 02, 2012 5:23 pm ([msg=69855]see Re: C/C++ to Assembly[/msg])
Nice it has x64 support, but it would be nice to be one for x86 systems too(that would not be hard just change from RXX to EXX, and changing the 64 bit quads into High Low order, and others). Simple method to port to x86 is using the OP codes that gives(the only problem would be the OP codes for new instructions that the x86 does not support).
This is useful for teaching other people ASM especially to port from C to ASM.
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