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    Assembly forum

    You see, I think the best way to learn programming languages is with a good book and a forum to ask questions. The book is good for learning, but the forum is great for explaining. This combo is the greatest.

    Well, anyway, I want to learn Assembly and I can get the book, but I have been searching constantly and I can't find an Assembly forum! Could someone help me out? A link would be great. I don't mean to be picky, but since I'm going to be programming a Zilog chip, it would be great if the forum was Zilog specific. But, it really doesn't matter much, I just need an Assembly forum. Oh, and I already went to zilog.com and there is no forum.

    Thanks.

    --Garfield
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    Prorammer's heaven


    Not that hard to find surely?

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    Thanks for the links.

    >> Prorammer's heaven <<
    Go figure!

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    http://flashadaddee.com/forums/

    you're modding it, LOL!

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    I know that now! I had posted this a couple of days ago.

    Ken, did you get my e-mail?

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    I would also look at the comp.lang.asm newsgroups, there might be one on that chip.

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    What is the URL, http://comp.lang.asm ? I can't figure it out. Could you please post the whole URL? Thanks.

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    I actually SAW it in there, and thought "what the...?" but I never read it cuz I was in a hurry...I'll read it now.


    Oh, the issue with the board is that rick can't have so much bandwith being used up, so it does that. There were like 7~8 people on the board (including guests) so it stopped responding until some of the people went away.

    I keep TELLING rick that he needs to find a new host and he's getting screwed over with his current bandwith limits, but he won't listen he just got a second domain instead. Oh well.

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    But what is the full URL of comp.lang.asm ? I also want to go there. Can you post it?

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    it's a news group:

    news:comp.lang.asm


    you can also go to google.com, click on groups, and follow links from there.

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    You may wnat to get yourself a good newsreader, or go to

    http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e...p.lang.asm.x86

    for the HTML version.

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