Brett Robinson authored 3 years ago
ASCII lowercase/uppercase filter in x86-64 assembly.
asm-case is a CLI program to transform ASCII text to lowercase and uppercase. It is written in x86-64 assembly using Intel syntax targeting the Netwide Assembler.
printf "octobanana\n" | asm-case OCTOBANANA printf "OCTOBANANA\n" | asm-case -l octobanana
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Copyright (c) 2019 Brett Robinson
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