debug and assembly programming

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    Question debug and assembly programming

    Hello,
    Can any one provide me information on how to use debug.exe in dos to do assembly programming.

    On command prompt type debug/?. This will provide list of option which can be used in debug but i have no idea how i can write an assembly program and run it.

    Thanks in advance

    Hitesh

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    Type in debug <filename>

    At the prompt type a.


    However, I do not recommend debug for assembly language programming. Look up NASM on www.google.com and get it instead.

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    hi

    i will give u a good link from which u can learn debug easily. however it would be better if you use MASM instead of debug. type art of assembly language programming in google and the first link will get you to that site. Tell me if you have any problems then

    RaaJEsH23

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