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Anyone know of a good Assembler?

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I want to learn a little assembly language programming and i was wondering if anyone knows of a good assembler i could use. ------------------------------ If someone asks you "A penny for your thoughts" and you put your two cents in, do you get change?

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GO to this link: http://www.programmersheaven.com/search/download.asp?FileID=19433


This is a very good Assembler called BLASM! It might need a slight justification but nothing major, just a file-path tweak or two.

[edited by - masterconjurer on March 22, 2002 1:02:02 AM]

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MASM is good. It's the Microsoft Assembler. Free. The newest version supports high-level macros for some things, the best of which is function calling.

Macro version:
call TheFunction, Param1, Param2, Param3

Regular version:
push Param3
push Param2
push Param1
call TheFunction


~CGameProgrammer( );



[edited by - CGameProgrammer on March 22, 2002 1:12:32 AM]

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Masm !!!!!

and grab this pair of assembly books (16 and 32 bits)
http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/

you can get masm from

http://www.movsd.com/


Good luck

Optimising and ASM rules!!!

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some assemblers
http://www.freedos.org/freedos/software/lsmtable.cgi?dir=lang

fasm seems pretty spiffy to me, though.
http://fasm.metro-nt.pl/

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quote:
Original post by GarlandIX
I want to learn a little assembly language programming and i was wondering if anyone knows of a good assembler i could use.

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If someone asks you "A penny for your thoughts" and you put your two cents in, do you get change?


Get TASM, it''s borlands version of an ASM assembler, it reminds me of X86 ASM a bit. That''s the one I used for my DOS programming. Wrote some pretty cool things using it, ... Ah! the memories....






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Just to let you know... I went to the site named above ( http://www.movsd.com/ ) to download MASM and whilst it was installing my antivirus program found a virus called W32/Undertake in one of the files in an examples directory (example8 or something I didn''t take note at the time)

Neil

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