NASM Assembler

Computational Class

Finite-automata-complete

Member of Language Family

Assembly

Programming Paradigms

Defined by

http://nasm.us/

Implementations

Things written in NASM Assembler

Commentary

In our projects, many of these NASM files were converted from older assembly-language sources written in the syntax of Turbo Assembler 3.1. This is an old-school x86 assembler for MS-DOS, written by Borland. In some cases the Turbo Assembler sources are still included in the project for historical interest, but the newer NASM sources are what the binaries should be built from.