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Old 21st September 2015, 13:02   #1  |  Link
luquinhas0021
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Assembly for high complex softwares

Make a high usefull software, such nnedi3, Photoshop or any object oriented program, is possible?
Comparing with, for example, a software made with C++ and same software, made with Assembly, which is more fast?
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Make a high usefull software, such nnedi3, Photoshop or any object oriented program, is possible?
I assume the question is something like "Is it possible to write any software in Assembly language?". The answer is yes.
Practically, writing a monster like Photoshop in ASM would be insane, considering the man hours required.

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Comparing with, for example, a software made with C++ and same software, made with Assembly, which is more fast?
If properly implemented, ASM is usually faster, particularly with new instructions sets. In some rare cases like a simple loop with a couple of conditions, a modern C/C++ compiler can produce machine code that is just as fast.
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