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could anyone suggest a good book on ASM for soemone who''s never done assembly language programming before ???? a lot of books have asm snippets in the c++ codes so i wanted to learn the language. i have already downloaded the art of assembly but want a good book too. G-A-M-I-N-G (Tht''s how u spell LIFE) !!

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Learning ASM is a dirty process since you must
mainly understand all the architecture which
changes for each different processor.

Download Programming Guide and Architecture Reference
from Intel, roll up your sleeves, take a deep breath ...
then prepare yourself for becoming binary.

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Theres a book online, which is called... something like, "The art of assembly programming" (not too sure, which is pretty good.) google for "The Visual Computer" too. its a 286 or 386 emulator that runs in console and let you see the register and memory contents and lets you input commands... pretty cool.

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I don''t have the actual address at hand, but go to the Intel developer web site, and order the assembly books - they''re free

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Art of Assembly language is the best book. Its free too
http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/Page_asm/ArtOfAsm.html

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