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khanh



Joined: 25 Jul 2003
Posts: 27
Very Happy Hi ,everybody! I'm looking for some good tutorials in Assembler and ending up with some that I think initially good for newbie. But the thing is that none of them have reached advanced topics such as 'technique in writing a game or manipulating animation' or so on... . Have you ever think that writing in assembler is much more dependent on the knowledge about programming in high level language like C or BASIS. Seemingly, people who write programs in ASM base on the things they've done on HLL and do the translating work. Come back to the tutorials I've mentioned above. They should, in principle, be written in order and in logic of HLL tutorials and teach the corresponding technique in ASM.

I'll give you an example:
If you know how to do addition in C like c=a+b
then in ASM tutorials it is : move ax,bx
add ax,cx
As a consequence, a lot of things I can do in HLL are not in ASM tutorials since it is written in non-logical and messy ways. All probly are about how to call Window API functions and seriously ignore other techniques.

SO if anyone is interested in writting such tutorials or know where that kind of tutorials is please let me know.


Thank in advance
(sorry for my bad english)
Razz

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Post 23 Oct 2003, 08:28
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Betov



Joined: 17 Jun 2003
Posts: 98
You might take a look at:

< http://betov.free.fr/RoasAsm.html >

... [B_U_Asm]

All papers in it are to be considered Public Domain... and the adaptations to other Assemblers are quite easy, with resqpect for Author(s) name(s). The rtf files are available, and most proof-reading is actually done.


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Post 23 Oct 2003, 10:41
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silkodyssey



Joined: 02 Oct 2003
Posts: 205
Location: St.Vincent & the Grenadines
You can check the art of assembly language at http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/Page_AoAWin/0_AoAHLAWin.html. This is definitely what you're looking for. It explains how to implement in assembly language a lot of the features of high level languages for examlple arrays, procedures. structures. There are also chapters on integer and real arithmettic. It goes in depth to show you how to translate simple and complex expressions into assembly language. It's a good book and you'll learn a lot from it Smile

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Post 23 Oct 2003, 11:09
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gorshing



Joined: 27 Jul 2003
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Location: Okla, US
Using the search on this board ... shows this http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=118&highlight=tutorial

I bet that is pretty good

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Post 24 Oct 2003, 12:49
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