Re: Assembly-language XML parser
> It's x86 assembler, and to fit my memories of assembler it would have to > be 6502, but it's certainly more useful this way on modern platforms: > > http://tibleiz.net/asm-xml/ > > (via > <http://radar.oreilly.com/2010/10/four-short-links-8-october-201.html>) > > I haven't tried it, but they definitely get points for bravery. Don't forget Cameron's parser*, which uses C/C++ intrinsic functions (which are just SIMD assembler instructions presented as C functions.) I'd count that as assembler. Cheers Rick Jelliffe *http://www.balisage.net/Proceedings/vol4/author-pkg/Cameron01/BalisageVol4-Cameron01.html
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