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pal



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pal
What cheet sheets have you found?

Win32ASM (good but has HLA stuff):

Code:
http://smallcode.weblogs.us/oldblog/2006/05/09/win32-assembly-cheat-sheet/    


Intel Assembler 80x86 CodeTable (I like this one as a basic reference)$

Code:
http://www.jegerlehner.ch/intel/    


Some Slovakian one (looks good, but I cannot read the text):

Code:
http://www.nairam.sk/pc01.pdf
http://www.nairam.sk/pc03.pdf
http://www.nairam.sk/pc05.pdf
    


MazeGen's one (really good, free version doesn't print (see below posts)):

Code:
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=4886
http://ref.x86asm.net/
    


Another FASM one (good but really cramped):

Code:
http://www.strchr.com/assembly_cheat_sheet    


Anyone got any good ones?

Sorry if this topic has come up before... I am supprised there are no sticky links to any cheat sheets


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Post 28 May 2009, 17:12
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rCX



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Post 28 May 2009, 17:20
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MazeGen



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pal wrote:

MazeGen's FASM one (really good, but I don't think it will print well...):
Code:
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=4886
http://ref.x86asm.net/
    

The public versions are not printable purposely. However, anyone who starts a development based on the XML reference or starts contributing can get access to the same references, which can be easily printed using Firefox. See http://ref.x86asm.net/#Why-to-Contribute---Benefits

And it is not related to fasm actually.
Post 28 May 2009, 18:52
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pal



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pal
Yeah I guessed something like that.

Quote:
And it is not related to fasm actually.


OK, post edited, I just assumed for some reason (I think I was told it was).

Offtopic a bit but. I was just wondering what you thought of this. I was speaking to someone who said they were learning opcodes, so I gave them a reference (one with instructions and opcodes only), and someone else gave them a reference which contains the opcodes and descriptions (kinda like a mini manual - like the ones just giving a description). He started arguing with me saying you cannot learn opcodes. I was like you clearly can. Just wondering what you guys thought of it.
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Yury Lukach's opcode map is nice (EXE, CHM, TXT). I don't know where Yury is these days...maybe, there is a better version?


Description: Version 1.5 only up to SSE3.
Download
Filename: opcode.zip
Filesize: 41.84 KB
Downloaded: 126 Time(s)

Post 29 May 2009, 01:36
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MazeGen



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pal wrote:
He started arguing with me saying you cannot learn opcodes. I was like you clearly can. Just wondering what you guys thought of it.
If you can memorize numbers, you can learn opcodes Smile And you need a good motivation.

I work with machine code pretty often so I learned them naturally. I think I can disassemble/assemble from memory at least 50% opcodes/instructions with one-byte primary opcode (opcode which doesn't start with 0x0F). However, there are geeks which can do much better Smile
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