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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Continuum, Mar 17, 2005.

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  1. Continuum

    Continuum Guest

    What Assembler platform is used in programming IC's? x86?
     
  2. Active8

    Active8 Guest

    http://www.masm32.com for the x86. What other IC's are you asking
    about?

    At one time I couldn't find MASM, so I used NASM. An MS tech had to
    help me out to get the coff object files to link with my C++ code in
    Visual Studio, but if you don't need that, NASM is a pretty good
    assembler. I still haven't needed to try masm32, but you might be
    better off with it. That's just my opinion and gut feeling from what
    I've read at the site, despite the fact that it's an MS product.
     
  3. JeffM

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