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Uday_Krishna__G_
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Latest ASM compiler other than Intel C and C++ Compilers

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Hi,

Am trying to code my application in Assembly to run on x86. Please suggest me the suitable compiler which will support all SSE4.2 Assembly instructions(other than Intel Compiler). If any links which help in execution and procedure will be helpful. 

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Bernard
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If you are developing on Win platform you can use MASM32.Please bear in mind that default assembler ml.exe is outdated so you need to copy from VS directory a newer version of that compiler.

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Bernard
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If you are developing on Win platform you can use MASM32.Please bear in mind that default assembler ml.exe is outdated so you need to copy from VS directory a newer version of that compiler.

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Bernard
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@Uday

Masm forum linkhttp://www.masm32.com/board/index.php

SKost
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>>...Am trying to code my application in Assembly to run on x86. Please suggest me the suitable compiler which will support all SSE4.2... Please also consider GCC ( versions from 3.4.2 up to a latest one 4.8.2 ). However, you didn't specify what assembler-style you're using, that is, Microsoft-Intel-like or AT&T-like ( used by GCC ). In case of GCC your codes will be portable on all platforms where GCC is ported.
TimP
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if you would use sse intrinsics you would have more options including visual studio and, if you were willing to use intel, automatic translation to avx128.

Bernard
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@Uday

You can also try NASM or YASM assemblers.

bronxzv
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Tim Prince wrote:
if you would use sse intrinsics you would have more options including visual studio and, if you were willing to use intel, automatic translation to avx128.

and AVX2 FMA from a simple recompilation of code with _mm_mul_ps / _mm_add_ps intrinsics