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Hey, how do I convert this code into assembly in dev c++

```#include <stdio.h>

#define CALORIES_PER_GRAM 9.0   /* there are 9 calories per gram of fat */

int main (void)
{
int     grams_of_fat,   /* number of grams of fat in one serving */
total_calories; /* number of calories in one serving */
float   fat_fraction,   /* fraction of calories due to fat */
percent;        /* percentage of total calories from fat */

printf("This program will tell you how much of the calories in\n");
printf("a food are from the food's fat content.\n\n");

printf("How many grams of fat are in one serving?  ");
scanf("%d",&grams_of_fat);
printf("How many total calories are in one serving?  ");
scanf("%d",&total_calories);

fat_fraction = (grams_of_fat * CALORIES_PER_GRAM) / total_calories;
percent = fat_fraction * 100;

if (grams_of_fat == 1) {
printf("\nA food with 1 gram of fat ");
} else {
printf("\nA food with %d grams of fat ",grams_of_fat);
}

if (total_calories == 1) {
printf("and 1 calorie per serving\n");
} else {
printf("and %d calories per serving\n",total_calories);
}

printf("has %.2f%% of those calories from fat.\n\n",percent);

return 0;
}```

What I have tried:

Tried to convert c into assembly
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Updated 19-May-18 12:43pm
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## Solution 1

Typically you can use the compiler itself, and request it to provide the output in Assembly language, this would work on a Linux machine with GCC installed,
`\$ gcc program.c -S --masm=intel -o program.asm`

This was of course off of my head right now, but it will work. Also, this will compile and present the Intel's version of Assembly not the AT&T, which is painful to read. :-)

Oh, and if this was an assignment to create an Assembly program for this C, then perhaps you really need to do some homework. Read the manual here, gcc(1): GNU project C/C++ compiler - Linux man page[^].