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Apart that, the question already has 31 answers, and the highest voted one has a score of 398. Even supposing it still possible to add a new answer that says something new, the new answer would not probably reach the first page of answers.
Probably the question could be acceptable for Code Golf, even though on Code Golf it is the code length that is checked, not the length of the binary code produced compiling the code. Questions need two requirements:
- An objective primary winning criterion, so that it is possible to indisputably decide which entry should win
- A clear specification of what constitutes a correct submission
Answers don't follow the requirements, which are:
For example, this answer, and this answer are not really contenders, as in the first case, "Hello word" is not output from the assembly code, but from Bash; in the second case, "Hello world" is output from a interrupt handler, whose binary output is not 20 bytes long.