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NASM, also called Netwide Assembler, is a disassembler and assembler for Intel x86 architecture (for portability and modularity).

What are the key features of Nasm?

  • The software enables the creation of flat binary files. Binary files contain bytes that are made to be interpreted as other than text characters. This option helps users to write bootloaders and ROM images.
  • The project can support a wide range of formats. Here are some examples of them: Linux a.out and ELF, Portable Executable, COFF, Mach-O, Microsoft 16-bit OBJ, and Win32. Apart from that, it also has its own binary format called RDOFF. It can also support Pentium, P6, MMX, 3DNow! and SSE opcodes.
  • This software based on the "x86 architecture" will offer users the possibility of designing IA-32, X64, AMD64, x86-64, and EM64T software. This x86 architecture is a series of computer microprocessor instruction set architectures that are based on the Intel 8086 CPU.
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