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Hi I was using Assembly a lot long

Hi I was using Assembly a lot long

Hi I was using Assembly a lot long

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Hi
I was using Assembly a lot long time ago, my knowledge stoped at these days of Dos oriented programs. now I want to referesh my memory again and get my skills in the language back to shape. can any one recommend a book(s) for me for programming Assembly under Windows? Which assembler is the the most powerful nowadays? Also if there are any helpful links?
Thanks in advance.
Walid Magd
Engwam@Hotmail.com

RE: Hi I was using Assembly a lot long

Did you look in the faq (Frequently Asked Question) section at my faq?

Also, intel.com has more info than you could stand about every single one of their processors, but the faq points you to a good, free assembler and how to use it.

Have a nice day! As always, I hope that helped!

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