Hi, I heard that I can see how VC++ 6.0 converts my C++ code to assembly so I can rewrite it in assembly while removing useless junk. Could somebody tell me how this would be done?

Well, guess ill just use ollydbg to see how my programs converted

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Best worry about that 'useless junk' when you need to.

Any useless junk that's there would have been a result of your programming, the generated assembly is pretty efficient.

I've looked at the assembly code quite a bit and have found it contains very little "useless junk". But you can have it produce assembly code listing if you want. Look in the c++ options and there you will see it. Unless you want to hand-code the entire program you will not be able to change the assembly code that it produces.

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