Code from practice problems in learning x86-64 assembly.
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SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-3.0-or-later

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I have been working on learning x86-64 assembly, and this repositories contains the code for various practice problems. I thought the code might perhaps be useful to someone else learning (or teaching?) x86-64 assembly, so it is provided here under a free software license.


This is the system I used:

  • Linux Libre kernel 5.15.19-gnu
  • GCC 11.2.0
  • Gnu Make 4.3
  • Glibc 2.29

These are available from Guix commit 8391a99d089322a39cbacb1e6dc2979d8b2ef7c9