How could I integrate ASM directives in Borland 5 C++ source code, without
BC++ 5 accepts inline assembly but for 32 bit programs it shells out to an
assembler to build the object file. It is not intended to be a 32 bit
assembler, just a
C/C++ compiler To create 32 bit programs using assembly code you need an
assembler such as TASM or MASM or ML.
How could I integrate ASM directives in Borland C++ source code, without
using the TASM32.