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Mixing .NET and Assembly Language in a standalone 64-bit exe

, 17 Oct 2011 CPOL
This article deals with building a standalone 64-bit .NET .exe file that is statically linked with an Assembly Language compiled object file.

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9 - publicly available No 7-Nov-11 10:25 Available Smitha Nishant
8 No 17-Oct-11 18:47 Available Jose A Pascoa
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2 No 10-Oct-11 19:42 Composing Jose A Pascoa
1 No 10-Oct-11 19:38 Composing Jose A Pascoa

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Jose A Pascoa
AtelierWeb Software
Portugal Portugal
Jose Pascoa is the owner of AtelierWeb Software (http://www.atelierweb.com) and Open Source Penguindow Valley (http://www.ospv.com). We produce security and network software and mixed utilities since 1999. The first program I published (in a BBS) was a MS-DOS utility, had the size of 21 KB and was done in Assembly Language. Nowadays, my low level languages are more likely to be "C", "C++" and "Delphi" rather than Assembly Language but I still like it. I have nothing against more fashionable languages like C# and technologies like WPF, actually I have played with them and published software with them.

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