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Compiler Explorer – how various C++ compilers translate code into various machine code targets

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/01/03

The first implementation of Compiler Explorer supports many versions of the gcc, clang and icc compilers on ARM, ARM64, AVR and x86 targets.

On the left you type your C++ code, on the right you see the resulting assembler code optionally with byte code and colorised so you can correlate the C++ lines with the assembly.

A great way to start the year: learning new things!

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