1 - Assembly on the ebm - Part 2(download tutorial source .zip file)
(download tutorial program .seb file only)
Part one discussed the coding of the Sneak32's instruction set. Now with the basics out of the way, we can delve into some actual coding.
The prevalence of the low-level C and C++ languages may make it seem that assembly coding is unnecessary. However, while C is fast, assembly code is faster; as our example will show, performance gains of about 10 times can be achieved.
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