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section .rodata message db 'Hello, World!' message_len equ $-message section .text global _start _start: ; write message to stdout mov rax, 1 ; 1 is the system call number for write mov rdi, 1 ; 1 is the file descriptor for stdout mov rsi, message ; address of the message to print mov rdx, message_len ; number of bytes to print syscall ; invoke the system call ; exit program with 0 mov rax, 60 ; 60 is the system call number for exit xor rdi, rdi ; the exit status is stored in rdi. Use xor to zero it out syscall ; invoke the system call
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