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OriginalGriff14-Jul-14 22:38
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Oh gawd yes! IMO a good assembler programmer will get smaller, faster code than any compiler - but it will take considerably longer to write it! Laugh | :laugh:

That's the problem of course: and why I try to only use assembler when I have to: time critical code (mostly interrupts) and space critical applications. It just takes to long to write and maintain otherwise.
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