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For assembly there's an unavoidable compromise between code maintainability and performance. You can write easy to read/maintain assembly, or you can write highly optimised code; but you can not do both. For C, the compromise doesn't quite disappear, but it's far less noticeable - you can write easy to read/maintain C that is reasonably well optimised. An ...


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Relatively good for programming efficiency. It is easy to program using c language rather than using assembly. C language can be quite faster than assembly language. It is possible to write assembly in C code but not C in assembly code.



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