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How can I put some assembly instruction in a c# code on visual studio?

I really need a help I'm fed up and couldn't understand what to do.

Now I'm working on a very simple code on c# for computing euclidean distance. O want to optimize it using simd and my processor is intel. I've read more about this but really I didn't know from where can I got a standard code for simd.

When I got it how can I put it in my c# code since many people told me that simd will be in assembly. Also when I put it in my code how can I make it work on my code and how will I call it. I really need help and thanks for all replies but I really couldn't get what I need

Updated 6-May-10 12:44pm

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If you really, really, really must it seems that it is sort of almost nearly possible.

Take a look at this[^] article for how.

Well! I did say nearly and almost didn't I?
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