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i-don



Joined: 18 Jul 2003
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I'm new to Fasm and assembly programming in general. Actually know about Fasm since version 1.44 but quite hard to learn assembly and still reading various documents to learn about it.

Is there any plan for Fasm to create a code resources space in the Internet for newbie like me learn from someone else examples source code or tutorials. I mean specifically with Fasm not mixed with other assembler like Masm/Nasm.

Community place like Yahoo! Group is so far the best place for this kind of purposes. Source codes files are more organized and people can get along learning with Fasm quite easy. People who want to share their codes able to upload their file almost instantly.

I'm looking forward someone or even myself, one day able to make macros to simplify Fasm coding or create translator such as BFX (Basic to Fasm Translator) for speed learning.

cheers,

i-don.
Post 18 Jul 2003, 02:06
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RobotBob



Joined: 18 Jun 2003
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Community place like Yahoo! Group is so far the best place for this kind of purposes. Source codes files are more organized and people can get along learning with Fasm quite easy. People who want to share their codes able to upload their file almost instantly.


PhpBoard works quite well and there is a search function.

"BFX (Basic to Fasm Translator)"
I am building a Basic to SpAsm translator, but its outputs could be altered
to generate fasm code. When I complete this project I have no objections to anyone doing this for fasm.

And welcome to assembler! Assembler is easy, you must let yourself believe that. First overcome what all of the terminology means, second practice practice (write code!) give yourself a programming task and complete it. and lastly...if you encounter a roadblock, ask at the various forums, so you can quickly learn and move on. There is no shame in begginers questions. Forget pride.

Good luck

RobotBob
Post 18 Jul 2003, 05:03
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