Hello,
I want to know which Assembler you like more!
If you like other, you can post here and i add it to the poll.

Thanks,
Nathan Paulino Campos
Posted on 2009-09-19 10:10:20 by nathanpc
From most liked to least liked...
* FASM because it's open source, multiplatform and has a cool forum.
* NASM because it's open source and multiplatform.
* MASM because I've never used it.  :P


Posted on 2009-09-19 12:21:19 by rCX
:D Very cool!
Posted on 2009-09-19 12:52:33 by nathanpc
Be mindful about engaging in personal topics.

A more appropriate thread would have been something that provided relevant feedback, such as "Which Assembler Do You Like More, and Why?"

I deleted your poll because I honestly see it going nowhere fast. Here, the mixture of FASM/NASM/MASM developers if fairly balanced as compared to other places. We try not to specialize in the ideology of any specific assembler, i.e. cult mentality... we are simply assembly language programmers doing our thing.
Posted on 2009-09-19 13:27:00 by SpooK
Ok SpooK!

Thanks!
Posted on 2009-09-19 13:40:04 by nathanpc
My own assembler: Sol_Asm ;)
http://www.oby.ro/sol_asm/index.html

- because it is written by me and uses the syntax I prefer
- because it is open source for me
- because I can add "feature X" whenever I like
- because I have learned a lot in the process of writing it
- because it gives me independence of all other assemblers
Posted on 2009-09-20 02:35:04 by BogdanOntanu
yay :)
Posted on 2009-09-20 03:22:23 by Homer

From most liked to least liked...
* FASM because it's open source, multiplatform and has a cool forum.
* NASM because it's open source and multiplatform.
* MASM because I've never used it.  :P



Consider other things too.

1. Consider the wide variety of assemblers.

2. Multi-platform also means some tradeoffs which may increase code size and affect speed

3. Since Masm has been used for so long, there are boatloads of code freely available.

4. With many of the other coding packages in use using the same Window APIs,
   it is often relatively easy to modify their source code.

I am thankful for the wide variety of assemblers, it provides such a wealth of source code and excellent ideas.

"Different strokes for different folks."

It's Ok to have a 4K program written in assembly and one written in Visual Basic that runs 100K. :-)

Take care,

Andy  
Posted on 2009-09-20 06:15:40 by skywalker
a hexeditor
Posted on 2009-09-21 04:49:50 by daydreamer

* MASM because I've never used it.  :P


rCX,

Please tell me : what's the logic behind this statement?
Posted on 2009-09-21 12:01:49 by Vortex


* MASM because I've never used it.  :P


rCX,

Please tell me : what's the logic behind this statement?

Umm, no logic behind it (hence the emoticon). Anything I say can (and should) be taken with a grain of salt ;)

Posted on 2009-09-21 19:16:52 by rCX