Masm Like Complier in Linux ?

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    vinyas New Member

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    i am sure u guys would have Heard about MASM & TASM in Windows ... used to compile .asm to .obj ... do we have something similar in Linux ... i want to implement this in FC4 ...

    hope somebody can help me out
     
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    does it work on FC4 ?
     
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    Nasm is available for linux. Sorry, I am not sure if they are similar. AFAIK they are both needed for assembly language programming.
     
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    You might want to have a look at the complete GNU Toolchain collection.
     
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    tech_your_future is right. nasm (Net Wide Assambler) is equivalent to MASM/TASM on windows. It works on FC4 or any other Linux Distro for that matter.
     
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    thnx bro... for ur feedback
     
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