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Hello all, I am really eager to learn ASM, I've wanted to learn it for a long time now. I've seen a couple tutorials on the web but they weren't too helpful, and was just wondering what books you guys would recommend on Assembly?

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The only book I recommend for anyone on Assembly programming is The Assembly Language, Step By Step, by Jeff Dunntemann. He taught an eager 11 year old how to do it (me), he can probably teach you. Very down to earth, very humorous writing.

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Another good source for learning assembly language, provided you know C or C++ and have an assembly reference is your C/C++ compiler. You can get most compilers to output assembly source in addition to object files. For example, with gcc you can use the -S switch.

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