Low-level programming language used to send instructions (machine code) directly to a microprocessor. For assembling hardware, use [computer-building] instead.

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Vim assembly formatting

Vim is not properly indenting assembly code, regardless of if I want it to do it automatically or if I try gg=G it'll just says ## lines indented even though it didn't change anything and all my text ...
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how to assign Strong Name to an Assembly?

I have created strong name using - sn -k C:\strong.snk nao how to assign this key to any assembly? and where I have to use gacutil?
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Method to view machine or assembly code supporting a raster or vector image

I'd like to be able to view either code for a selected image. For example, if I have an image of a flower, what does it look like to the machine or how would the machine express it using it's machine ...
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Program Run on DosBox Doesn't Generate Output Files

I'm using windows 8.1 , 64 bit version , and I have a 16 bit assembler program which I'm trying to run using DosBox. The program doesn't seem to generate output files , despite being called properly ...
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In OllyDbg commands windows, how to search accordindg a function name?

I'm discovering OllyDbg and I would like to know if it's possible to find a line in the commands Window corresponding to a certain function name (a function in the program code, not an assembly ...
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where can I find intel opcodes

Where can I find all intel opcodes? I'm talking about actual values of cpu asm commands, 0s and 1s of the keywords such as MOV, JMP, CMP etc. Are they available to the public?
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Show all running tasks in Assembly

Is it possible to show/log everything what the CPU does? The CPU knows what it executes, so it could print the running threads/tasks on the screen or in a file.
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Updated Ubuntu to 16.04, maybe GCC didn't get the memo?

Upgraded to "Xenial Xerus" (from Trusty Tahr 14.04 LTS) on release day using do-release-upgrade. Last night just for kicks I was playing with the -S switch on GCC and I noticed that the second last ...
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Error converting custome bootloader .img file to .iso file

I am trying to convert a bootloader I wrote in Assembly Language to iso image file. The following is the code from MikeOS bootloader BITS 16 start: mov ax, 07C0h ; Set up 4K stack space after ...
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Oracle RR math instruction length cut offs? Expert needed

Machine cycles for Oracle Math considering Oracle data type and lengths for the top compilers where are the step thresholds when varying length? Example Answer Well Dave Oracle 10g compiled on a 64 ...
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How does a computer add 2 numbers at its lowest level?

Most memory addresses only hold 8 bits (1 byte). This means it can hold a number up to 255. What if I wanted to store 511? I would use 2 memory addresses and store it like this 00000001 11111111 ...
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How to read the shared memory in Openfwwf firmware (Assemply code)?

I have modified Openfwwf and it works on Openwrt. my question is How to read the data that they are saved in the shared memory? If it is possible to add any code in a firmware to be able to read the ...