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    I'm bored - got any sites?

    I'm looking for a couple sites, and I'm wondering if anyone knows any good ones:

    1. A tutorial for MASM or NASM. I mean EXTREMELY beginner - I know next to nothing about Assembler, and every tutorial I have found has been intermediate to advanced.

    2. Some good sites on Vector and Matrix math. Also, maybe some on Quaternions and even general formulas for, well, anything .

    3. Sites (beginner to intermediate / advanced) on linked lists and binary / oct trees.

    4. A tutorial on WinAPI in C++ - I know some, but some tutorials seem kind of absent-minded, or non-standard. And I am never going to use Windows in a console program, so don't give me a site with that .

    Thanks all, any sites would be appreciated very much !!
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    the MIT open courseware is a pretty good site if you want to learn something by yourself...

    I can't find the link right now...but if you go to MIT's webpage I'm sure you'll find it.,

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    For NASM, you can look here first:

    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Heights/1295/

    Not the greatest page, but it does have a working example of a hello world program (i think...), and then there's a good book called "PC Assembly Language" (which I posted a link to recently)

    http://www.drpaulcarter.com/pcasm/

    If you still need help with assembly (like me ) try flashdaddee.com forums
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    Originally posted by axon
    the MIT open courseware is a pretty good site if you want to learn something by yourself...

    I can't find the link right now...but if you go to MIT's webpage I'm sure you'll find it.,
    ocw.mit.edu

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    Thanks guys - but more sites wouldn't hurt . I found a couple really great sites for mathematics, but I still yearn for WinAPI, as there is only so far you can go with WinProg.org .
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    I have quite a few links but they aren't "family safe"

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