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MASM for Windows
ajose
I've just found a Win32 version of MASM!

I'm installing it and to the example code I've already seen for a Windows Application is quite spectacular!
At least, with it, one can have a real idea of the code that is going to be really executed!

Further notice after some experiences and testing....

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Wow. MASM for Win32. I didn't know that MS still developed an assembler these days, and that it could be used to write Win32 code. At this point, I thought that people just used asm directives in their code instead of playing around with a full-blown assembler environment.

Someday I should start doing stuff in assembly language again, since it was interesting when I actually dealt with it (about seven years ago), but has since been abandoned for excursions with SML and Perl.

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