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(OP)
I've yet to seen any assembly source, or a compiler in any computer store I've been too. I was wondering if anyone knew of any places where there was just some gerneral info about Assembly, and compiler software. Thanks!

RE: Looking for general info...

Try Amazon.com. They have a wide selection
of all compilers.

RE: Looking for general info...

Are you looking for info about 16- or 32-bit Assembly

RE: Looking for general info...

(OP)
32-bit...I'll need to find a Win98 compiler.

RE: Looking for general info...

A good place to start is:

Iczelion's Win32 Assembly HomePage
http://members.xoom.com/_XOOM/Iczel/index.html

There are lots of links and tutorials there. You might also want to look at:

Assembly Language Journal
http://asmjournal.freeservers.com/

The Win98 DDK (which you can get from Microsoft - I forget the exact address) contains MASM 6.11 - as well as a lot of other useful goodies. I suggest that you get it and the patches (latest is v6.14).

If you need other info then let me know.

RE: Looking for general info...

http://eji.com/a86.zip

is a shareware assembly compiler, the debugger is at:

http://eji.com/d86.zip

RE: Looking for general info...

(OP)
thanks a lot everyone!

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