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Damnation



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Damnation
Basically, i am new to fasm, i've been looking for tutorials etc.
not really found much, i want to start off in com programming before i move into full blown win32 apps. or opengl.

during one of my searches around the net, i ran across a comment, which stated that fasm and nasm's syntax are very alike, with only a few minor differences...

now i was wondering if this statement was correct, as then i could learn how to code fasm, by doing the nasm tutorials, but changing the relevant material.


thank you for any reply

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Post 21 Sep 2005, 13:53
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yes, in my opinion you can learn FASM using NASM tutorials, or even MASM. Thing is that you are not learning FASM, FASM's syntax for what you need to learn is quite simple. You are learning assembly, and assembly is same regardless of syntax.
I suggest you using tutorials which don't use macros and HLL features (like .if commands etc.). You can also try my tutorial, not much in it yet, but i think it already cover ideas which will help you understand assembly the "assembly way" (you'll find out what i mean later). It's here http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=1178
Post 21 Sep 2005, 14:48
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Damnation



Joined: 08 Sep 2005
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Damnation
whoa thanx, i see, i learned a lil Masm, also i used hla which i did learn alot but unfortunatly i've forgotten most of it, and i didn't learn the keywords(movzx i think it is, etc properly, because of issues with my gf).
but great to see a reference, and at least nasm is close to fasm, and obviously is asm, so i can see in effect how programs are written in asm.

anywas times to go try this stuff out.

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Post 21 Sep 2005, 16:20
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