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Need good books about assembler.

Need good books about assembler.

Need good books about assembler.

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I learned assembly languages, long time ago. And now I forget all. How can I find a good book to review, and update my knowleges, expecially about programming in protected mode, and with news registers.

RE: Need good books about assembler.

Hi !

If you dont get any direct responces in this forum i suggest you to go to Amazon or Fatbrain and list all the books on Assembly and then go through the reviews and buy the book with highest rating.

I know this is a vague suggestion but i do the same.Once i wanted a good book on VB. I asked couple of my friends who work on VB and each one of them suggested on different book.
So i went to amazon and did the same what i suggested and i broght the best book reading which i was very satisfied

Regards,
Akondeti

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