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    Hello All,

    I was wondering if anyone knows any specific Assembly forums out there on the net. I know this is a C board but I need to have access to good Assembly resources!

    Thank you very much for your attention Folks!

    Ben
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    Search google.

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    Yea google is probably your best bet, here is a good one that I started reading but never finished heh.
    http://www.drpaulcarter.com/pcasm/re...pcasm-book.pdf

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    hi
    try

    http://www.programmersheaven.com

    very nice web site not only assembly but also lots of languages and platforms are included

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    Thank you very much for your time folks!

    Ben
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    There are also ASM forums at http://www.flashdaddee.com/ although the people there might be posting things a lot more complex than you want... the last I checked, they were programming operating systems. I have an ASM book or two in .pdf format... if you want it/them, PM, IM, or email me. (see buttons below this post)
    Away.

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    Hey blackrat,
    Thanks for the info;

    Yes, I would love to see your reference, of course, if it is not too much trouble for you to post it!

    Thanks again!
    Ben
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    It most definitely would be too much trouble to post any of my references. 3000 page posts are not cool.

    It appears that I have:

    a 174 pg book in pdf format called "PC Assembly Language" (2002)

    a 1342 pg book in pdf format (there doesn't appear to be a title page), with the chapters zipped into one file

    a 79 page document in .doc format from Intel

    a rather lengthy .txt on optimizations for the Pentium

    and a 1570 pg book in pdf format called "The Art of Assembly" (2001) that says something about High Level Assembler in the foreword, which appears to be the guys own language, so the book may be crap. It says Beta Copy - Do Not Distribute too... but hey, if you want it, you can have it.

    Let me know what you want and we'll work out a way of getting it to you. They're not getting attached here, the file sizes are too big for my website, and they're going to be too big for email attachments too, so if you have AIM, a direct connect would probably be the best way to transfer them (unless someone has a spare 10 mb of FTP space or something they'd be willing to loan out...) IM me on afrikanswallow, PM me (button below) or email me (there's a button for that too)
    Away.

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    You can get "PC Assembly Language" from www.drpaulcarter.com and "Art of assembler" from http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/

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    You can also purchase (or sometimes "finagle" for free) a processor book directly from the chip maker. That's how I've gotten all my newer Intel and Motorola CPU/FPU/MMU books.
    It is not the spoon that bends, it is you who bends around the spoon.

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    could you explain how you "finagled" those books?

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    >>could you explain how you "finagled" those books?

    For Intel, just go to their site and lookup the IA32 manuals (there are 3 main books for the current chip) - all are downloadable for free, but they also send out hard copies once in a while for free (amazing but true - even postage to the UK costs zilch!!) - unfortunately, the books spend most of the year on back order, and when they come through there's a long list.

    I think AMD do the same......but I think they only post to the USA - not too sure as I never tried to get these manuals

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    does motorola ever send out free copies.

    im sure i could download it, but my laser printer is basicly printing off the tldp right now....(i like hard copies)

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    Originally posted by mart_man00
    does motorola ever send out free copies.

    im sure i could download it, but my laser printer is basicly printing off the tldp right now....(i like hard copies)
    Do you have a motorola chip?

    I wouldnt want to print them out...they are huge.

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