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Help for a novoice.

Help for a novoice.

Help for a novoice.

Hi guys. I dont know a bit about assembly languages. So if you could help me in starting or if you could tell me how you started, i would appriciate it.


RE: Help for a novoice.

I started out just plain wanting to study assembly language.  I went to a computer school which informed me that I had to learn C first.  Which pissed me off, because C is for WIMP's (Window-Icon-Mouse Programs... hehehe).  So I went away, bought myself a book, and learned it by myself, crashed my dad's office computer a couple of times, and got me grounded for a few months.

You WERE asking how I got started...

My suggestion is, try to look for a good book, such as "Assembly Language Inside & Out"  Most good books on asm you'll find will be rather dated but hey ho you gotta go with what you've got.  With a bit of work you can 'update' what you've learned.

"Information has a tendency to be free.  Which means someone will always tell you something you don't want to know."

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