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Rem-



Joined: 29 Mar 2013
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Rem-
Hi, I am French Canadian and I am a beginner in ASM.
I am interested in NASM, MASM, FASM and TASM for DOS, Linux and Windows.
I programmed in BASIC with C64, QuickBasic and other BASIC.
I also programmed a little in C for Linux just for fun.

I don't have questions now because I have a lot books to read on ASM. Very Happy
Post 13 Jan 2015, 23:42
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YONG



Joined: 16 Mar 2005
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YONG
Rem- wrote:
Hi, I am French Canadian and I am a beginner in ASM.
I am interested in NASM, MASM, FASM and TASM for DOS, Linux and Windows.
I programmed in BASIC with C64, QuickBasic and other BASIC.
I also programmed a little in C for Linux just for fun.

I don't have questions now because I have a lot books to read on ASM. Very Happy
Welcome on board!

You may want to post a recent photo on the following thread:

http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=4074

Wink
Post 14 Jan 2015, 01:34
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AsmGuru62



Joined: 28 Jan 2004
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Hello and Welcome!
So, may I ask: why so many assemblers to study?
From my point of view - it will only dull your experience.
FASM is most advanced so far - it gets supported very well.
If there is an issue with FASM - it is fixed very quickly.
On the other hand, other assemblers you listed are not that well supported.
Post 14 Jan 2015, 15:31
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baldr



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Rem-,

Definitely worth reading: Intel SDM and AMD APM.
Post 14 Jan 2015, 20:14
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Rem-



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Rem-
AsmGuru62 wrote:
Hello and Welcome!
So, may I ask: why so many assemblers to study?
From my point of view - it will only dull your experience.
FASM is most advanced so far - it gets supported very well.
If there is an issue with FASM - it is fixed very quickly.
On the other hand, other assemblers you listed are not that well supported.

Because I'm curious to see the differences between each assemblers. Smile
Post 14 Jan 2015, 20:44
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baldr wrote:
Rem-,

Definitely worth reading: Intel SDM and AMD APM.

Thank you for these links. Cool
Post 14 Jan 2015, 20:47
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