For the longest time I have been making a small mistake with the Python import system: when using a submodule in the standard library, oftentimes I only import the parent module. For example, if I need to use the
isfile()method in the
pathsubmodule of the
osmodule, like so:
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In the previous part of this series the main topics of x86 assembly programming such as the call stack x86 calling convention were introduced. In this final part we will apply that knowledge to write our RPN calculator.
Writing bare assembly is rarely necessary these days, but I definitely recommend it for anyone interested in programming. Not only does it offer a different perspective compared to higher-level languages, but it may prove to be useful when debugging code in other languages.