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Create an implementation of the rotational cipher, also sometimes called the Caesar cipher.
Determine if a triangle is equilateral, isosceles, or scalene.
Given a DNA strand, return its RNA Complement Transcription.
x86-64 has been the dominant instruction set for personal computer CPUs since 2010.
As an assembly language, x86-64 cannot be beaten in pure execution speed.
x86-64 has been adopted by AMD, Intel and VIA for their CPUs.
With an enormous install base relying on stability, changes since introduction have been minimal.
x86-64 powers the most capable desktop CPUs in the world.
Given its wide-spread and critical application, x86-64 has been exactingly documented.
Every language has its own way of doing things. x86-64 Assembly is no different. Our mentors will help you learn to think like a x86-64 Assembly developer and how to write idiomatic code in x86-64 Assembly. Once you've solved an exercise, submit it to our volunteer team, and they'll give you hints, ideas, and feedback on how to make it feel more like what you'd normally see in x86-64 Assembly - they'll help you discover the things you don't know that you don't know.Learn more about mentoring
The x86-64 Assembly track on Exercism has 19 exercises to help you write better code. Discover new exercises as you progress and get engrossed in learning new concepts and improving the way you currently write.See all x86-64 Assembly exercises
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