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DES in ASM

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sonny

DES in ASM

Post by sonny »

Hi guys,

i've got a question. I search for the source code of DES implementation in ASM langueage ? I want t compare both codes (C impemenetation and ASM implementation) but I can't find ASM version. Could sombody help me ?

thanks in advance :)
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Darkelf
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Post by Darkelf »

http://www.ka9q.net/code/des/

It's in AT&T syntax.
sonny

Post by sonny »

Darkelf wrote:http://www.ka9q.net/code/des/

It's in AT&T syntax.

Thanks. But I search for the implementation in MASM. Have anybody this source code ?

thanks in advice :)
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Darkelf
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Post by Darkelf »

Why don't you take a converter to transform from AT&T to Intel syntax?
There are several around the web.
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First warning

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Humhum,

You asked for help and Darkelf was kind enough to provide a possible answer, even without providing what you did BEFORE to actually solve your problem. You come back asking for something already cooked ?

I am sorry pal, but saying thanks is NOT an excuse to wait for the solution without doing anything yourself.
Time to get your hands dirty.

(Oh, and there is no second warning. :) )
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JMI
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Post by JMI »

Darren:

While you are trying to be helpful, it is not "really" helpful when you spoon feed someone who has demonstrated no personal effort at finding what he/she wants/needs. You only encourage such posters to ignore the Rules and Requirements of these Forum, which are clearly explained in the FAQ for everyone to read.

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