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Hello,
I would like to learn assembly language for 32-bit computers (intel, IBM, call it wtv you like), what book(s) would you recommend me? Thank you for your answers.

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(OP)
A book or tutorial would be great, thank you once more.

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have you tried the link in FAQ272-1610

If somethings hard to do, its not worth doing - Homer Simpson

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I had checked out the intel manuals, but I need to learn the basics (I'd at least need a basic skeleton to use with my programs), which, unless I'm mistaken (I skimmed through the first manual), which I won't find in the these manuals. Thank you for your answer and future answers.

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