Input, Output, and Concatenation with Haskell

Standard in and Standard out (STDIN/STDOUT) are very common methods of interacting with the user. Standard in is typically the keyboard and standard out is the terminal. Haskell makes this very easy to access. The getLine function gets a value from the user and putStrLn and putStr allow you to write to output. The ++ operator is used to concatenate strings.

Hello World with NASM Assembler

NASM, or The Netwide Assembler, is an x86 compiler that allows us to turn Assembly code in to machine code object files. Once we have an object file, we can link it and create the final executable. This example is meant for Unix systems or Windows with MinGW toolchain installed. On Debian systems, it can be installed with the nasm package. Put the code below in to hello.asm