help in assembly language

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    Unhappy help in assembly language

    hello guys!

    does any one here know a good site or a good reference for


    assembly language programming?


    thanx alot

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    if you're lookin for more of a tutorial this is one of the best I've seen..although it's win32 asm..

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    For DOS assembly?

    Assembly Language Step by Step is a good starter...and Mastering Turbo Assembler by Tom Swan.....I have both of these and they are pretty good (especially the latter IMO)

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    Cool thanx

    thanx for help!

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    http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/Page_asm/ArtOfAsm.html
    http://blacksun.box.sk/tutorials.html
    http://www.hc08.cz/sw_tutorials/index.htm
    http://www.hackers.com/________.____...threadid=58016

    There are some links. If you get the AoA book do not go for the HLA version as it is more higher level than regular assembly and that would kinda defy the point of learning assembly

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    What processor are you using? If you're just doing x86 I would recommend this book:

    http://search.barnesandnoble.com/tex...sbn=0136603904

    EDIT: Try to find a used one. As you can see the book is expensive!

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    Good lord! $80!? Well, it does look like a solid book though. Let us now ponder whether or not information truly is priceless.

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    hehe

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    I was just looking at that link. It is very thorough. Certainly worth mentioning twice.

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