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OT: Is anyone here?

OT: Is anyone here?

OT: Is anyone here?

(OP)
I'm thinking of embarking on learning assembler (I have a few random documents regarding it), and for seeing the posts in here, I was wondering if anyone that knew assembler was watching in here, in case I wanted to come over here and ask a question regarding something if I get stuck.

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Measurement is not management.

RE: OT: Is anyone here?

The silence is deafening!!!   winky smile
 

Trojan.

RE: OT: Is anyone here?

You would of course need to be specific about which assembler and processor you were interested in.

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If you dance barefoot on the broken glass of undefined behaviour, you've got to expect the occasional cut.

RE: OT: Is anyone here?

(OP)
Definitely.  I'm trying to do standard X86 ASM, whatever that translates out to.  I figure if I can get that down, I can easily jump off into any of the other things that would interest me.  

Specifically, I have [url=http://www.nasm.us/]the Netwide Assembler[/url] sitting here, but I just found out that the first example programs out of the texts I have don't work in it.  Of course, I could always be missing something.

So I guess the first question I would have is the matter of getting something that I know will work out so I can try and start learning.

 

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