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Char



Joined: 20 Dec 2009
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Char
Hello!

I am new to ASM and I this forum was reccomended for me, so here I am.

Also I will be posting my newbie questions I will have during my learning process. I hope I get polite answers too each of them.

Anyways, I am starting to learn ASM from these tutorials. Hope I do good.

http://homepage.mac.com/randyhyde/webster.cs.ucr.edu/index.html
http://board.flatassembler.net/index.php
Post 20 Dec 2009, 11:43
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DOS386



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DOS386
Char wrote:
I am new to ASM and I this forum was reccomended for me, so here I am.


Welcome Smile

Quote:
Also I will be posting my newbie questions I will have during my learning process. I hope I get polite answers too each of them.


Some hints:

1. Make up your mind for what OS you are going to develop (there is also OS Construction but this is not for a beginner)

2. Check existing examples for your OS, http://flatassembler.net/examples.php (not that many), also many more examples are on this forum

3. Drop your posts into proper sub-forum, Main is for OS-unspecific assembly programming issues

4. Use descriptive titles for your posts

I'm going to move this into Heap later Wink
Post 20 Dec 2009, 12:19
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Char



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Char
hmm cool..well...im using windows 7..so i will be developing windows i guess.

also i was lookin those tutorials..and all those are so comprehensive, i need something specific..

for example..there is a little program..and next to it a tutorial that will give me all those eax,ax commands and 0xvalues .. and so i understand what im doing

something like this:

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Post 20 Dec 2009, 14:48
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Borsuc



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Borsuc
so what are you seeking? a debugger? Confused
sorry, please be a bit more specific
Post 20 Dec 2009, 17:20
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Char



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Char
yea i wanna learn how to use a debugger and meanwhile learn asm

is it possible
Post 20 Dec 2009, 17:25
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Borsuc



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yeah sure, debugger helps a lot. But I would advise you to read some books on asm... There's the Art of Assembly Language Programming (online) from 1996, kinda dated but still useful for beginner I would reckon. (well it's what I learned asm from, so it's the only one I know Razz)

You can use debugger to step through your programs and see exactly what does what, if you get confused.
Post 20 Dec 2009, 17:28
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DOS386



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Note that DWORD PTR SS:[ESP+4] isn't FASM syntax Wink
Post 21 Dec 2009, 08:34
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Tyler



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Char wrote:

Also I will be posting my newbie questions I will have during my learning process. I hope I get polite answers too each of them.

I got to this thread a little after the discussion had moved on, but I'll go ahead and say, you won't get any mean responses unless you're ask stupider questions than me(very efin' stupid). I've never been flamed, although I may have deserved it at times Smile .
[edit]As to you're question, I find Helppc helpful(rather outdated though), but if you need an almost all inclusive list, check this out http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=7803.[/edit]
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