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    I'm wanting to learn a little bit of assembly programming to build my knowledge and just for the fun of it, I'm not sure what assembler to use and what books/tutorials i need to be able to learn. I've tried google with very little help

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    Here's a good resource - ASM Community Messageboard - Index

    There's a Wrox book, but its focused on Linux - Professional Assembly Language Programming Programmer to Programmer: Amazon.co.uk: Richard Blum: Books

    Hey, Jeff Duntemann has a revision to his book - Assembly Language Step-by-Step: Programming with Linux: Amazon.co.uk: Jeff Duntemann: Books
    I had that in its first edition. If its as good as that then its worth a look (its focused on Linux too)

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    I would add this to Fordy's list (it is about 32 bit Linux assembly programming). Just scroll down and click on "Download Area."

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    No friends of Randall Hyde here?

    As far as the assembler goes, I'd have to recommend NASM.

    Of course, assuming that you would like to study x86 assembly...

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    I liked Randall until he dove into that weird pseudo-assembler language of his and started promoting it over pure assembly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba View Post
    I liked Randall until he dove into that weird pseudo-assembler language of his and started promoting it over pure assembly.
    I was thinking the same thing.

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