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Quote:Are there programmers that are currently using machine code and Assembly?
Quote:If yes, why?
Maybe you want to work in computer security?
Quote: So You Want To Be A Malware Analyst - Malwarebytes Labs | Malwarebytes Labs[^]
In order for a Malware Analyst to be able to read the malware code, they will need to disassemble it. Unfortunately, the highest language derived from binary code is Assembly, which is the last level of human readable code. Therefore, it is imperative that a would-be Malware Analyst, also learn how to read and write Assembly code.
Maybe you want your code to be very efficient (very large program, or very minimal computing resources?).
See the 10 or so reasons found here:
Quote:1.1 Reasons for using assembly code
Assembly coding is not used as much today as previously. However, there are still reasons
for learning and using assembly code. The main reasons are:
Or maybe you are working in an embedded environment...
[Digital Logic design, Assembly Language & Embedded Systems development]
If yes, are there many programmers that are currently using machine code and Assembly?
If yes, why?
To each his own?