April 4th, 2002, 07:35 PM
Asm Books ?
Is there some body there know a good tutorial to asm ?
I Have read some books about if but it's still hard to understand 100% so if some of you dudes out there know everything to this POST!
April 4th, 2002, 07:42 PM
Take a look at this page (the programming section): http://www25.brinkster.com/cheeseball
April 4th, 2002, 08:05 PM
cheeseballs tutorials are also here in the tutorials section of antionline. He does a good job.
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April 4th, 2002, 08:12 PM
Thanks for the link...
Just wish the guys used font colors a little easier on the eyes....
April 4th, 2002, 08:52 PM
In my experience, the only way you can understand ASM 100% is to understand computer architecture. Once you understand architecture, you will see how the commands work and what they exactly do within the system. I know it helped me understand it much better, and that's also the route I take when I help students at my campus if they come to me for help.
April 4th, 2002, 09:10 PM
do a search on the Art of Assembly. It's an awesome book that explains everything in-depth. Quite large, though.
April 4th, 2002, 10:56 PM
dang delstar beat me to is....
learning from Art of Assembly my self atm, excellent book in spite of the 1000+ pages
April 4th, 2002, 11:05 PM
Cheeseball has a nice site.
However, if you are looking to learn win32asm then I only know of one book that explains parts of it and it really sucks. Assembler for beginners isnt a bad book but it seems to focus more on how the system works and then the asm. There are some hardcore books which do completly rule, but they are sometimes rare to find (depending on which country you are in).
April 5th, 2002, 12:02 AM
My book list has books on ASM and other languages too here. I just checked all the links today too .
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