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emc



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A lot of people seem to refer to CPU instructions as commands. Wouldn't a CPU instruction technically be a command for the CPU?

I think it's not very important if you know how to use instructions (or "command") correctly.

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I never really have read about stack. You had to have learned it somewhere, right? So where did you learn it?

Some books about asm in French. But no need a big book to learn the stack. The Wikipedia page suffices (abstract stack & hardware stack).
Post 01 Sep 2011, 09:41
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addes3



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All you've done so far is DOS programming. Windows programming uses an entirely different syntax.

Here's a great DOS assembly tutorial using FASM (which I learned a lot from): http://matthew-4gl.wikispaces.com/fasm_tutorial

Assembly is a very ill-documented computer language. FASM is even more so. You're going to have look hard and long for good documentation, and even then the best doc's are FASM's, Intels'a and AMD's manuals.
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Post 07 Sep 2011, 11:34
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Enko



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It's not for offending anyone...

when I hear "video tutorial" I remember kindergarden
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Enko wrote:
It's not for offending anyone...

when I hear "video tutorial" I remember kindergarden


I am glad for you. Laughing

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Well, you can take a look at my web site if you want. My own asm learning experiences are there. Wrong/good feellings would be welcome.

Greatings
Post 08 Sep 2011, 10:09
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nitt



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addes3 wrote:
All you've done so far is DOS programming. Windows programming uses an entirely different syntax.

Here's a great DOS assembly tutorial using FASM (which I learned a lot from): http://matthew-4gl.wikispaces.com/fasm_tutorial

Assembly is a very ill-documented computer language. FASM is even more so. You're going to have look hard and long for good documentation, and even then the best doc's are FASM's, Intels'a and AMD's manuals.


I'm not trying to program for Windows. I've been trying to construct my own OS.

Again, I'm not really a complete novice in Assembly. I've even coded a simple operating system. Although, since the files can only be 510bytes by themselves, it's not very advanced. I'm still trying to learn how to load other files stored in the disk. But it appears that no one has enough time on their hands to make a tutorial on things like this.

avcaballero wrote:
Well, you can take a look at my web site if you want. My own asm learning experiences are there. Wrong/good feellings would be welcome.

Greatings


Sure, I'll take a look at it sometime.

...

Holy crap it's in Spanish!
Post 08 Sep 2011, 11:28
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xleelz



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Enko wrote:
It's not for offending anyone...

when I hear "video tutorial" I remember kindergarden


That was my point, but he got offended anyway Very Happy

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avcaballero



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Holy crap it's in Spanish!

Yes, it must be because I'm Spanish Smile. There are some chapters translated into English, as well as I could, though time scarce. Besides, I'm getting more and more lazy to translate, plus at this moment aoe is parked.

In any case, do not worry, English speaker, it is not your fault, just looking at there was enough.

Best Regards!
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rain_storm



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No offense nitt but if you really want to learn asm then you're going to have to force yourself to read.

I started by reading "The Art of Assembly", Most of us have gone through iczelions tutorials. Everyone on this forum has bookmarked ralf browns interrupt list. DOS is a great place to start when you run into a specific problem like how to do file io in DOS then just ask here.
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