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nocturnal_angel



Joined: 31 Mar 2004
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Currently I am learning the Assembly 8086 with a tutorial I got off of programmingtutorials.com. It mentioned the use of TASM and MASM. But I've tried to use both of them and they are loaded download with stuff i dont want. So I want to download this assembler. So do I need to learn any other type of assembly to go with this assembler?
Post 31 Mar 2004, 14:28
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decard



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decard
no, FASM is x86 assembler. You just have to know that FASM uses a bit different syntax than TASM or MASM. However this syntax is really simple and just natural. Take a look at some examples - surely you will quickly learn how to program in FASM.
Post 31 Mar 2004, 14:34
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nocturnal_angel



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Ok, will do. Thanks for the help. And I have never got a faster reply on any message board I have ever used. Very Happy

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Post 31 Mar 2004, 14:36
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vid
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also check my tutorial, you'll learn something there (at least i hope so)

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=1178
Post 31 Mar 2004, 18:37
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Cas



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Correct! In fact, I was always so uncomfortable with assemblers, because the were so "far from code" and changed so many things. I always wanted one that let me really "design" my code files, so imagine how surprised I got when I found out there existed Flat Assembler. It's the best! Smile
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vid
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vid
exact, you said it.
Post 05 Apr 2004, 18:40
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