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Want to start with assembly ....Suggest...

Want to start with assembly ....Suggest...

Want to start with assembly ....Suggest...

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Hi...
  I want to start assembly programming. As of now i am totally new to assembly. Please suggest the readings and/or books for beginner. Also suggest any readings for ground work..

Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

sanjay

RE: Want to start with assembly ....Suggest...

Once you have learnt the basics there are some manuals in the FAQ under technical references.

Manual 2 lists all of the mnemonics and operations that can be performed. This will certainly expand your opcode vocabulary.

Find source code examples, they are always a good way to find out how things are done.

"People who have nothing to say, say it too loud and have little knowledge. It's the quiet ones you need to worry about!"

RE: Want to start with assembly ....Suggest...

You might prefer going directly to Windows 32-bit programming.

That way if you decide to do Win32 apps like almost everyone else, you won't have to unlearn a lot of DOS16 things.

Otherwise the Art of Assembly is a good place to start.

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

RE: Want to start with assembly ....Suggest...

Yes, for general programming win32 is probably the best way to go as there are alot handy routines that can be used to improve your software also your products will hit the greatest audience. My experience is that although windows is relatively good it comes with alot of baggage.

"People who have nothing to say, say it too loud and have little knowledge. It's the quiet ones you need to worry about!"

RE: Want to start with assembly ....Suggest...

Yeah, imagine a 'hello world' program in Windows will alloc 1.5MB even if your program is less than 8Kb... 'Course it allocs 1.5MB of virtual memory tee hee...

"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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