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Do I give up '_asm' if I switch to C#?

It appears I give up "__asm" if I switch to C#. Is that right? How does one use assembler language and/or straight C in C# to get close to the machine when necessary?
The .NET Framework and C# language have almost all the functionality you may ever need. If it's not enough, you can use so-called unsafe C# code in order to take advantage of raw pointers and other stuff. But there's no way to have C/assembler code mixed. You can always use P/Invoke to make calls to unmanaged code, of course (that is, call external libraries created in C/assembler).

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