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Tomasz Grysztar



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Tomasz Grysztar
Here's the current stage - and I'll probably update it with new versions in this post, so keep the track of "Last edited" time.

Attachment removed - you can get the latest version from the "Documentation" section


Last edited by Tomasz Grysztar on 19 Aug 2004, 15:16; edited 7 times in total
Post 31 Aug 2003, 01:24
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Blag



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What can i say Crying or Very sad ? This tutorial is amazing!!! Thanx a lot Privalov! You're the best Very Happy Razz Very Happy

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Post 31 Aug 2003, 07:23
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frktons



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[quote="Privalov"]Here's the current stage - and I'll probably update it with new versions in this post, so keep the track of "Last edited" time.

My Humble opinion Shocked

for beginners, like I am, a tutorial is the most important thing for
learning and using something new.
I encourage you very much to carry on this heavy but fondamental step
for Fasm.

Thanks for your fantastic work !!

Wink
Post 03 Sep 2003, 11:27
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Barak



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Barak
Good work, I think you are doing a great job.
Post 03 Sep 2003, 14:43
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TronDoc



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TronDoc
I've seen this quite often so I thought I'd say something
for folks who may be new to this kind of thing..

the tutorial has a small example including this line:
db ’Hello!’,24h
if you just cut and paste from the pdf to
your text editor the compiler will complain:
db ÆHello!Æ,24h
error: undefined symbol.

if you change the quotes to the
normal ones used by your
text editor like this:
db 'Hello!',24h
it will compile just fine.

Joe

oh, lest I forget: Keep up the excellent work on the Tutorial! Very Happy

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Post 07 Sep 2003, 20:30
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OzzY



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OzzY
Very good tutorial!!!!!!!!!
I think it's the best!!!!!!!
Please keep going!!!!! We need your helps to learn ASM and use the great FASM!!!!!
I'm learning ASM just because of the great tutorials and the great assembler!!! Fantastic!!!!!
Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Post 20 Sep 2003, 20:12
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prana



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prana
Where's the tutorial? Shocked
I have found no link to it!
Post 24 Sep 2003, 13:57
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JohnFound



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A few posts above this one. Attachement TUTORIAL.ZIP Smile
Post 24 Sep 2003, 14:08
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KiteMaster



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Post 24 Sep 2003, 14:09
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prana



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prana
I'm unable to find any zip file - where it is? Rolling Eyes
The link of KiteMaster gives me some unauthorized access type of message!
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Maybe you was not logged in correctly?
Post 24 Sep 2003, 20:35
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prana



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prana
Hey man, I'm currently logged in and trying to d/l the zip. All it d/loads is some php file!
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prana



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prana
Ha...got it! It's the D/L Accelarator program that had been creating the mess.

Thanks.
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JohnFound



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prana wrote:
Hey man, I'm currently logged in and trying to d/l the zip. All it d/loads is some php file!


What browser you are using? Old mozila firebird make the same thing for some sites. Or maybe this is because of some firewall/proxy.
In my case this is not a problem. For example if you get TUTORIAL.ZIP.PHP simply rename it to TUTORIAL.ZIP and unpack it.

regards.
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KiteMaster



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can it be that the DOS interrupt functions are missing in the new verson of the tutorial?
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Yawgmoth



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Privalov, I know you're busy, but it's been quite a while. When is the next installment of the tutorial coming?
Post 31 Oct 2003, 17:43
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Tomasz Grysztar



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Very small update today, hopefully more coming soon (but I have not yet exactly decided in what order should I put the next topics I want to cover).
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fasm9



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Hi, admin

i want know from your book How we(newbie) can be the assembler master.
if not excuse, wanna hear your experience.

1. Reproduce famous-assembler-book with FASM syntax and structure.
2. In the book, use Menuetos project as teaching FASM-code-example.

if don't like both(above 1. 2. )

'1. IA64 or AMD64 for FASM sections (For your time!)

--
PS: i am sure there is shortcut(;root;presumption).
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art_sands



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art_sands
Hi there Privalov

May be we could take some burden off of your shoulders. How about writing FASM stuff at the wiki book site. I've already proposed support for FASM. May be you could write stuff there, edit, and let others read while you do.

Lemme know what you think.

Regards,
Art
Post 26 Nov 2003, 14:10
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vid
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hi, during my last project when i was too bored i was writing FASM tutorial. It is kinda unusual tutorial. It concentrates on explaining how things work. It should be used along with normal tutorial.

It is VERY incomplete and lacks few explainations but maybe someone likes it.


Description:
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Filename: Tajga FASM tutorial.zip
Filesize: 18.86 KB
Downloaded: 700 Time(s)

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