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Object oriented assembly is it possible

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Object oriented assembly is it possible
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I think you are missing the point of what assembly is. Just short concise commands that make up a program. No OOP horseshit, just simple 1,2,3.

Or perhaps this is really shitty bait, in which case come on OP. You can do better
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>>50794566
perfect pic OP
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>>50794566
truly intredasting
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>>50794566
make a cpp project
compile to assembly object files
-> object oriented assembly
whew that was hard
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Sure, you can pretend that assembly is object oriented. It'd be up to you to enforce your own rules for that, though. The assembler isn't going to help you out.
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Really though can't u say all oop implementations are ultimately assembly?
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>>50797149
No. Most languages compile straight to machine code.
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>>50797281
Which assembly is just cute names for each opcode so it's the same. Makes u think...
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>>50797303
No, most assembly languages aren't 1-to-1 conversion to machine code. ARM and x86 assembly especially.
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>>50794566
Maybe

Can the machine understand the objects or is it just translated into more basic instructions?
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>>50794566
Ofcourse.
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>>50797281
No language does that.
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like teaching a horse to add numbers
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>>50797303
A bit more than that. They allow symbols / labels for branching, subroutines, etc. They generally allow macros. They also allow other evaluations prior to assembly.
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Why wouldn't it be possible? Just design a architecture with OO concepts. The Assembly language would follow
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HLA? Not really pure assembly more of a pet language made as a teaching tool that has a ton of extra junk added in for convenience.
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