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Topic Title: please Quickly I want references to 3dnow programming
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Created On: 09/28/2008 06:36 PM
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 09/28/2008 06:36 PM
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3DNOW
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plz is there references to AMD 3DNow technologie in C language?

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 09/30/2008 08:07 PM
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Originally posted by: 3DNOW

plz is there references to AMD 3DNow technologie in C language?


You could go look through GCC's source code for a 3DNow! C implementation. If I understand correctly, you simply write C code and the the compiler can take advantage of 3DNow! if you feed it the right switch to tell it to (gcc -m3dnow) You do not manually change your code to support 3DNow!...but I could be wrong.

Anyway, 3DNow! is a little dated; you might be better off with SSE2/SSE3 as they can handle more vector information and I think they can work faster as well on current Athlon 64/X2 and Phenoms than 3DNow!

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 10/16/2008 03:07 AM
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3dnow programing is the visual basic programs with c,c++,java languages.now days the intrsting about this program is incresed.
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