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that strongly depends on the features you request. You can include your sourcecode with

%include "source.asm"

during compilation time or you try to access the file in runtime via the kernel.

For then first solution, NASM should be perfectly alright. Accessing the file in runtime can be quite tricky, but this could be a good start: Click Here

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