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    Gas books

    Can anybody recommend a good book on gas? Possibly for linux also.

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    Cool thanks for the reply. I have another question. Would gas be the bes assembler for system level programming for something like operating systems?

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    Ask that question and you'll get tons of answers. It's down to personal preference and anyway, most of the code you'd end up writing will most likely be in C anyway

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    So your saying the assembly language wouldn't really matter? All of the other assemblers I could think of seemed to be for a specific operating system.

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    You just need to be sure that the tool you have can produce the images that you need for your OS development. I cant really tell you as you are designing it and you make the decisions on how it works

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