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Date:      Thu, 28 Dec 2006 22:02:38 +0000
From:      Duane Hill <d.hill@yournetplus.com>
To:        Gabor Kovesdan <gabor@FreeBSD.org>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: where to get the iso c90 compiler?
Message-ID:  <45943EFE.6050906@yournetplus.com>
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Gabor Kovesdan wrote:
> deeptech71@gmail.com schrieb:
>>> [Fistly, people wrote code in pure binary language. Then assembly 
>>> were invented and later they wrote higher level languages in assembly.]
>>
>> > With whatever C compiler the gcc developer had at that time.
>>
>> > It probably wasn't.  The first ever compiler was most likely written
>> > in assembler.  Later on the first compiler for a new language has
>> > usually been written in some other language.
>>
>> Yeah I knew that. Anyone know a good book on assembly language?
>>
>> The evolution of programming. Can someone give me a link?
> Well, I don't know assembly, but I found this and it looks very good:
> http://www.int80h.org/bsdasm/
> 
> And it is exclusively for FreeBSD! ;)

That's the tutorial set I stepped through to learn the basics. Good 
basic stuff.



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