AT&T Syntax versus Intel Syntax

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  • cosmopolitan

    build-once run-anywhere c library

    AT&T syntax is the most elite syntax. I've used it to write some famous hacks, like Actually Portable Executable. What makes AT&T syntax so powerful is its tight cooperation with the GNU linker. I don't think it would have been possible for me to invent APE had I been using tools like NASM and YASM.

  • uzics

    8-bit UNIX-like operating system for the z80

    The 8086 was (barely) capable of running Unix, whereas the Z-80 definitely was not.

    You're wrong ;-)

    Neither the 8086 nor the Z80 have virtual memory. The x86 has a larger instruction set and address space (1MB) but as it turns out, early Unix kernels didn't need that much RAM either.

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