Asm Book which one??

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    Cool Asm Book which one??

    Yo,

    Can someone tell me a decent book for assembly. I need a book that starts from the basics (as i have little asm experice) and continues to fairly advanced stuff. Also a book that i can get hold of off amazon of somthing.


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    "Assembly Language Step-By-Step" and I forget who writes it...I posted the title and author a while back (on the new board) so maybe go back to the first or second page and look for a thread called "Counting in martian! (or reccomendation for an ASM book...)"

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    Jeff Dunteman, or something like that. 2nd edition. The only
    book a beginner needs (so they say).

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    'Art of Assembly' by Randall Hyde is probably the best and the most exhaustive source for learning assembly language. Do a simple search on google to find out. The book in is pdf and html version.
    Also exagon has written excellent tuts. Just search for Exagon's tuts on google.

    Also try www.win32asm.cjb.net

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    I had to get linux assembly language programming and Principles of Computer Architecture for school.

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