Bash seems like a reasonable request because it's widely used in Unix and Unix-like operating systems. But assembly is a little bit complicated to add, because it would be for a specific CPU archeticture only, each CPU variant has its own set of instructions. Do they add assembly for ARM , INTEL ,Avr(mc)... 32bit, 64bit, at&t syntax or Intel syntax , which operating system ... It's just too much to add Assembly in my opinion.
Federico 🐺 right, I think 32-bit in protected-mode for Linux in intel syntax, would be a good start for anyone here to Assembly.
Federico 🐺 request, suggestions, proposal... all the same. good luck 👍
Alpha5and5 I was not talking about hardware, I was talking about what kind of assembly they should add. the content of the course, because there are different instruction sets for different CPUs. and different interrupts for different operating system. even the assemblers are different do you use nasm, masm, tasm, ... what syntax? for example the content in the python course is similar for every operating system, cpu, one course fits all. not the same case for assembly.
Alpha5and5 have you ever written anything in assembly? it's an honest question no offense.
Alpha5and5 alright then you know what it's like. what I was talking about in the above posts is not about setting up an environment for a course,rather about the content of the course itself. which for assembly is going to be tedious to decide. i'm not saying it's impossible. I already suggested a choice above.
Alpha5and5 I said "operating system" in the context that you would have to write different course content for each.