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TmX



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TmX
I collect e-books and I recall one of them mentions FASM and has some FASM codes in it (chm). Unfortunately, I forgot it's name Crying or Very sad
My questions is, what book mention FASM in it, beside Write Great Code or Art of Assembly Language (??) ?
Post 15 Mar 2007, 03:10
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vid
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i quess none Sad
Post 15 Mar 2007, 13:27
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Dex4u



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Its just that no new books have been written in the years FASM as been so widely used. If a new ASM book was written today, it would 100% have some reference to FASM.
As a side note, i think if Tomasz Grysztar written a fasm book, it would be a great way for us all to say thanks by buying a copy or two Smile.

PS: If there was not a big enough market for a publisher to be interested, maybe we could get a fund together to privately publish it ?.
Post 15 Mar 2007, 19:38
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Dex: first you must think about topic of the book Very Happy

and it must be something interesting enough and helpful for people
Post 15 Mar 2007, 19:43
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I would say a beginner fasm tut, based in 32bit pmode and moving on to 64bit long mode.
There could be chapters on window, linux, hobby OS Wink etc, also he could do chapter's on coding a ide or games engine and even ARM etc.
It could include fasm on a disk, along with it's ide's.
Everyone who i know, finds it very hard to find info about ASM programming, that is not based in Dos and realmode.

But i am sure he is a very busy man, but if he did ever get the time, i am sure it would sell.
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rugxulo



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Well, a ton of stuff he's already written in various docs online (and yes, I agree, he seems quite busy these days).

Don't forget, a PayPal donation is now an option. Maybe he could sell his FASMW plugins when that gets finalized??
Post 16 Mar 2007, 03:15
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TmX



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OK, I got it. Here's the book :
http://www.amazon.com/Shellcoders-Programming-Uncovered-Kris-Kaspersky/dp/193176946X

It mentions FASM and has some FASM codes in it (only a few though)
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