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Flat Assembler
Open source assembly language compiler.
 
Check it out at.....
flatassembler.net

/download.php

board.flatassembler.net

I running the Dos Flat Assembler
in a windows 3.1 Plus-32bit OS

 

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Compiler?

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Answer:: < http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Language_compiler

Like 16 to 32 ;)

As I said:: I running the Dos Flat Assembler
in a windows 3.1 Plus-32bit OS..

windows 3.1 is a 16 bit OS,
I compiler it to 32 bit with www.flatassembler.net,
working on a new OS like a windows 3.1/32

But I  see Microsoft call it Windows 3.11 LOL.....
 

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An assembler is not a compiler, and a compiler is not an assembler.
They are different things, that's why they have different names. They
are similar in that the source code needs to be translated to machine
code, but from assembly mnemonics to machine code is a one-to-one
correspondence. One instruction in a HLL source code could well be
several actual machine instructions (opcodes).



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Open source assembly language compiler.
 By: flatassembler.net

no one said it was a assembler,
it a compiler editor with assembly language too...
 

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Hot-Text explained on 9/1/2012 :
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They say it is an assembler, not a compiler. Only *you* have said
compiler instead of assembler. They mention compiler only once that
I've seen, in their FAQ. There it is mentioned because you can use
compiled code with it - not because it is a compiler itself.



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You do realize he really *doesn't* get it right? :)


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Yes, but I was bored.



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I say it was a::
Open source assembly language compiler,
editor..

Dustin it's a EDITOR,
and you know I was bored too PIng, piNG, pINg ;)

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You should leave the word "compiler" out of that - since it isn't one.



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It's a Flat Assembler......

it is the webmaster that said at: http://www.flatassembler.net /

 Welcome to the site of flat assembler! This is a place dedicated to assembly
language programming for x86 and x86-64 systems and
contains many resources for both beginners and advanced assembly programmers.
This site is constantly being improved, and hopefully
you'll find here some useful materials, no matter whether you are trying to
learn the assembly language, or just are looking for the
solution for some particular problem.

Download  Here you can download the flat assembler - the open source assembly
language compiler for x86 and x86-64 processors (this
includes the AMD64 and Intel 64 architectures). Packages for DOS, Windows, Linux
and Unix with C library are available.

 


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I disagree. IMO, if the destination language is machine code, and the
source language *is not* assembly mnemonics, then it *is not* an
assembler. If the source language *is* assembly mnemonics, then it *is*
an assembler. A compiler may include an assembler as its final step but
it is still a compiler because of the input language being higher than
assembly language. A compiler is not limited to producing machine code,
but an assembler is. Can you explain to me how something can be both?
How can it be a compiler if it takes in assembly mnemonics and outputs
machine code? What language does it use as input HT?

Are you (they) implying that an assembler is a type of compiler? It
really wouldn't surprise me that much if that were the case.



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ok Rafters I see were you are coming from here,
and have to say you are 100% Right,
it look to me it's compiler editor,
being use as a assembler editor with out compiler code
and when you do Save As it *.asm only...

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