Zach Mitchell
Aug 31, 2020 ⋅ 3 min read

Interacting with assembly in Rust

Zach Mitchell Physicist, programmer, breaker of working things.

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3 Replies to "Interacting with assembly in Rust"

  1. This might be a tad off-topic, but… I love seeing names from the Stormlight Archive used in the wild, including in examples like the ones given here!

    1. Thanks for letting us know, we’ve fixed the links. We also made some updates to those sections to indicate that `llvm_asm!` has been deprecated in favor of the new `asm!` macro.

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