I couldnt' find much, but I'd say if you wanted to write a program that bypasses windows and sends assembly, then yes.. you could, but would be a pain. Usually a program would just use the windows interface. Takes the C++, VB, Foxpro, or whatever, converts (EVENTUALLY) to assembly, zips it off to the processors micro support, they take that assembly, compare it to the instructions and passes the binary/machine equivilent to the CPU
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