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Polarwolf



Joined: 03 May 2008
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Polarwolf
I'm interested in a Tutorials or Guides on how to learn ASM. I'm realy interested in programming and coding. Till now I mainly coded in a BASIC- like language. But I feel that its time to learn something new. But since I'm completely new to ASM and especially FASM I would be realy thankfull for guides / tutorials. I don't want a FASM-in-24-hours-Book. I mean it serious. I couldn't find anything nice when searching for it. Thanks! Smile
Post 03 May 2008, 18:33
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vid
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If you are willing to read a lot theory, and thus learn a lot for later when you can use the theory, then google for Art of Assembly book. It's free online, but it's not FASM syntax.

Otherwise, well Sad , just study examples, play with them etc...
Post 03 May 2008, 18:48
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Polarwolf



Joined: 03 May 2008
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Polarwolf
Thank you! Smile No. I'm willed to LEARN. Otherways I wouldn't learn a language like ASM would I? I knew it would be alot of work. It seems there alot different version of "Art of Assembly" in the internet. Could you give me a more specific search string or the direct link? :O

//EDIT: Plz contact me via ICQ: 318 567 229
I got some questions regarding ASM/ The book
Post 03 May 2008, 18:57
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DJ Mauretto



Joined: 14 Mar 2007
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not any Book,only Intel Manuals and learn many source this is all Wink
If you like programming on Bios/Dos/Win/Linux then learn about your system,or
if you like Hardware programming start with PC architecture download specification and learn anything Very Happy

Good Programming with asm Cool
Post 03 May 2008, 19:44
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dap



Joined: 01 Dec 2007
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I have learned a lot from this tutorial : http://drpaulcarter.com/pcasm/
It uses NASM+GCC but it's still a nice and clear syntax.

And download the Intel documentation, at least the instruction set reference : http://developer.intel.com/products/processor/manuals/index.htm

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Post 03 May 2008, 20:17
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Polarwolf



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Polarwolf
Thank you all! Smile But I decided to stick on the "Art of Assembly". Vid gave me the correct version. Smile
Post 03 May 2008, 20:26
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penang



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Post 13 May 2008, 01:48
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bitRAKE



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Intel Manuals are the foundation to a deep understanding of x86 - other tutorials are mainly rehashes of the information found there combined with environment specifics and individual style. Instructions can be researched in groups (laid out in Vol.1 Ch.5) to reduce focus and ease digestion. There are invaluable resources like the instruction encoding map, and effected flag Appendix.

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Post 13 May 2008, 03:19
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asmhack



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the learning comes with the practice
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Post 24 May 2008, 22:07
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Someone



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Thanks! Smile
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