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    Hello everyone. Im brand new to the group and I'm wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of some good materials for learning Assembly Language. Im looking for software, tutorials, source code, or anything that might help. Preferably as low level as possible since I'm brand new to it.
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    Assembly language is one of the toughest languages to learn. Do you have programming knowledge? Try looking up Assembly language in a search engine like Google and you should find all you need. Good luck.
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    I have some programming experience. I know a lot of C++ and Basic. In addition to that I know most of the web stuff (html,javascript,dhtml,css,perl), just the normal stuff most newbies start out with. You also have to keep in mind that I am only 16 and dont really have much time with school and all. Im looking for something thats well organized so I can print it out and carry it around with me. Some good books would be great.
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    Hi Uncletammy!

    Good day to you! Here are some sites which will help you in Assembly Language:

    1) www.programmersheaven.com- this is one of my favorite sites. This contains a rich archive of tutorials. Just use the search box for assembly lang. This site also contains good links to other programming related sites.

    Assembly lang sites:

    2)www.csis.hku.hk/~cmlee/asm/ - it contains a basic tutorial for you to start.

    3) http://asmjournal.freeservers.com/ - an online mag. for assembly.

    A blessed day to you!

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    Are you a progarmer??? Thanks for give me these sites about Assembly Language
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    try the http://www.programmershaven.com
    and have fun!
    \"The more you ignore me... the closer i get!\"
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    City libraries also have old assembly books. There are a wealth of ressources online, as my comrades have already illustrated, though they neglected to mention one important ressource. There are those online who trade in books, book warez. You can usually find anything from highly technical books to science-fiction novels. Your best bet is to hit irc.nullus.net and join #bookwarez. You'll find tons of assembly books for many architectures. Have fun and good luck.
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    Check http://lsd-pl.net/
    Few different tutorials there.
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    You can also try the following Linux Assembly HOWTO if you're using Linux.

    http://www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/Assembly-HOWTO/index.html
    \"If you wish to speak to technical support, please hang up now.\"

    *click*
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