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kohlrak



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I'm not an expert on ASM and am probably in no position to make judgements on tutorials at this point, but the first tutorial link goes from simple binary explimation, then uses examples of AX and such using "mov". Starts off ground up, then assumes you understand what mov does. Now, i'll admit i didn't read the whole thing to that point, but i did use the search, and the first "mov" in that tutorial was in the examples. so, "no, i don't understand." lol I know you said to read fasm documentation first, but jeeze... It makes it look like a groundup tutorial.

The second link is 404ed.

I have a tuturial that appears to be ground up (but i havn't seen any actual code examples yet) and it puts emphasis on hardware relation to software. Problem is, some parts were cut out (security resons) and it's rather lengthy.

Here it is, but beware the read and the fact the guy dosn't know HTML so some of his mathematical terms won't make sence at all (for instance he uses ** to show power of instead of using superscript).

For a while i've been looking for a decent asm tut, and got nothing but 404s, but when you use wiki as a search enguin, it works better than yahoo.
Post 22 Jul 2006, 20:45
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vid
Verbosity in development


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there is my old tutorial somewhere, ppl said it was good, but unfortunately i am not continuing it (somehow). It covers only small part of what it should, but i think it is covered in quality
Post 24 Jul 2006, 06:58
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Matrix



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kohlrak wrote:
I'm not an expert on ASM and am probably in no position to make judgements on tutorials at this point, but the first tutorial link goes from simple binary explimation, then uses examples of AX and such using "mov". Starts off ground up, then assumes you understand what mov does. Now, i'll admit i didn't read the whole thing to that point, but i did use the search, and the first "mov" in that tutorial was in the examples. so, "no, i don't understand." lol I know you said to read fasm documentation first, but jeeze... It makes it look like a groundup tutorial.

The second link is 404ed.

I have a tuturial that appears to be ground up (but i havn't seen any actual code examples yet) and it puts emphasis on hardware relation to software. Problem is, some parts were cut out (security resons) and it's rather lengthy.

Here it is, but beware the read and the fact the guy dosn't know HTML so some of his mathematical terms won't make sence at all (for instance he uses ** to show power of instead of using superscript).

For a while i've been looking for a decent asm tut, and got nothing but 404s, but when you use wiki as a search enguin, it works better than yahoo.


hi!

it was a long time ago , i see the site has gone dead (404), i have it somewhere mirrored on my harddrive,

you're right, the first example does not bother to describe what is mov, only using it,

thx for feedback, link added

btw, everyone is permitted to post good links here that could help others learn assembly ...
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alpha12



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Quote:

X86 ASM Tutorials (ASM intro Days) 404 ?

still works Smile :
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106498



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I found a really cool site that has good e-books. Go to http://www.computer-books.us , click on assembly language. The last two books are a very good introduction, although they use nasm and gas. Oh and they are for linux programming, not dos/win32.
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edfed



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idle



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JoeCoder1



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Thanks for the link. If only we could actually turn back the clock to 1986. Life was easier and better then.
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DOS386



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JoeCoder1 wrote:
If only we could actually turn back the clock to 1986


Before or after 1986-Apr-26 ??? Shocked

Good idea, 80386 was hell expensive so people (even IBM) bothered with the horrible 80286 protected mode, but otherwise the world was better: no CMOVNTQ, no SSSSSSE 6, no (now dying Smile ) NTVDM, 4 GiB was more than enough for everybody, ... Wink

Merged 2 links (the suggested PDF is different from the one already available before) and moved discussion.
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idle



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DOS386



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fixed
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