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    Where can I find a good assembly compiler and tutorials? Thanks
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    Re: compiler

    Originally posted by Kezil
    Where can I find a good assembly compiler and tutorials? Thanks
    Well, the answer is obviously: from the Internet. Using Google you can find many tutorials, such as T$'s tutorial. Just use keywords such as assembler, tutorial, win32, ... depending what you are looking for.
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    Two things..

    1. Should that be "assembler" instead of "compiler" in my original post?

    2. Thanks for the suggestion, but I'm not having much luck (perhaps because of #1?). I'm mostly interested in finding the assembler/compiler, I can find tutorials easily. Thanks again.
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    Cool

    It *should* be Assembler, yes...

    As for assemblers, there's Borland Turbo Assembler (Search for TASM). It's quite old though... I don't know of any new assemblers, but I'm sure someone out there has created one in the not too distant past.

    It's just a question of searching the net until you find what you're looking for...
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    Some good assemblers are:
    nasm
    tasm
    masm

    You could look for these. Some c/c++ compilers give you access to the assembler they use during compiling, as well. check your documentation.

    Good luck.

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    Hello Kezil,

    If your looking for MASM, their is a link on my site under the "Programming Tools" section, where you can find MASM.

    http://www.geocities.com/pharmicomlabs

    Good Luck & I hope this helps you.
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    Re: good place to start for programming resources.

    Finding where to get good free developer tools and documentation can be a real pain with a lot of hit and miss.

    If you are a serious programmer and want a good place to start for IDE's, assorted assemblers, compilers, docs etc. I would introduce you to Dr. Dobb's. http://www.ddj.com
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    assembler!?brickwall .....good luck
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