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QUOTE (shoorick @ Oct 23 2007, 02:33 AM)
Maybe I should be learning Fasm not Nasm...
it depends on your conditions - you have to try and then decide. fasm has ports to different platforms and still developed - it is hard to refuse after try it
I think I didn't consider FASM as after installing SUSE/Kubuntu I was confronted more with NASM as a software install options, than Fasm. Fasm looks very interesting, and after reading the background of why the author chose to develop the assembler, they are the same feelings I have about MASM and concern with NASM. So maybe this is the right path to go.
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