SSE3 support in MSVC

Dear all,

http://www.intel.com/cd/ids/developer/asmo-na/eng/167741.htm?prn=Y
THe website described the support for SSE3 using MASM.

However, if I want to use inline assembly, what are the things I need to do for compilation in MSVC?
It seems that I need to tell masm ml.exe to use an include file "ia_pni.inc". How do i automatically invoke this from MSVC for inline assembler?

THank you.
hengck23Asked:
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grg99Commented:
The inline assembler IIRC doesnt have macro abilities, and that's how ia_pni.inc defines the new instructions.  Cant get there from here.

You'll have to separately assemble the code using MASM and link it in.




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hengck23Author Commented:
i am thinking that _asm _emit can do the trick
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a_yurichCommented:
Use the Intel intrincs for SSE3 without assembly
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