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Microsoft Macro Assembler Reference
The Microsoft Macro Assembler (MASM) provides you with several advantages over inline assembly. MASM contains a macro language with looping, arithmetic, text string processing, and so on, and MASM supports the instruction sets of the 386, 486, and Pentium processors, providing you with greater direct control over the hardware. You also can avoid extra time and memory overhead when using MASM.
In This Section
- H2INC Command-Line Option
- Describes the H2INC command-line option.
- H2INC Error Messages
- Describes H2INC fatal and nonfatal error messages and warnings.
- ML Command-Line Option
- Describes the ML command-line option.
- ML Error Messages
- Describes ML fatal and nonfatal error messages and warnings.
- Directives Reference
- Provides links to topics discussing the use of directives in MASM.
- Symbols Reference
- Provides links to topics discussing the use of symbols in MASM.
- Operators Reference
- Provides links to topics discussing the use of operators in MASM.
- MASM Samples
- Provides links to samples that demonstrate support for MASM.
- Visual C++
- Provides links to different areas of the Visual Studio and Visual C++ documentation set.
- Provides links to topics describing the C and C++ language references, the libraries provided with Visual C++, and the Visual C++ Extensibility Object Model.