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Hello! Do any of you guys know a good assembly site that features most/all the assembly instructions and how to use them? I''m at an intermediate level (if I can say so) in terms of assembly (not with Win32 ASM or any of that, just plain C++ inline assembly). I want to know most of the instructions and their purpose with a good explanation on what they do with (optional) and example. I''ve checked at AMD and Intel''s sites but they only feature optimised assembly with MMX or 3DNow! . Anyway thanks for reading atleast. // Last Attacker \\---=( LA )=---// LA Extreme \\

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Guest Anonymous Poster
You know intel does have a INSTRUCTION SET REFERENCE for download...

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Isn''t every compiler based on a specific assembly, and you''re therefore bound to that asm?

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