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What language support assembly!

What language support assembly!

What language support assembly!


I would like to now what language support assembly??? I now that C++ support it and maybe VB but im not sure!

Thank you for your time!


RE: What language support assembly!

C / C++, other stuff depends on your compiler.  Most of the time your compiler will do a better job of writing the stuff than you, though.  What are your ideas about using it for?  You can also call external programs with most languages, so if you had to use assembler in a language that does not support it, you could write an external program with it, and then call that program from the non-supporting language.


As always, I hope that helped!

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RE: What language support assembly!

VB does not support assembly.
(Visual)C/C++ does.
Delphi does too.

Check this site:
It's on a programming language that uses assembly.

 Erez Sh.

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