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flypig: I asked wether or not people outside the RISC OS world actually use machine code programming on desktop computers for other than OS development and drivers because I know programmers have to use assembly language on RISC OS machines for speed optimisation. Even the vast majority of games developed on PCs don't have any machine code bits.

Just because you're stuck with it on ARM hardware doesn't mean you're stuck with it on other hardware.

 is a RISC OS UserGulli on 23/08/05 1:25PM
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