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Old 22-02-2012
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Linux GUI Assembly Language
  

Is there someone who knows some GUI (Graphical User Interface) assembly language which can be used with the Ubuntu 10.04? I want it to have the best compiling the program feature. I wish have to type the commands to get the output from that.

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Re: Linux GUI Assembly Language

You can make use of the Nasm which is a free assembler for the x86 architecture. We can find it for various operating systems like Linux or Windows. An assembler can assemble assembly language code. You do not need a specific editor to create a source file for Nasm intended. Eventually we could use an editor that supports syntax coloring assembler but I know no one that supports Nasm syntax.
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Re: Linux GUI Assembly Language

I might be going into depth but I found that, if you are able to decompile the existing program then that will help to find that which language you will require for using the program.
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