January 24th, 2003, 06:52 PM
Assembly Tutorials Online
Yes it's another cut and paste post. For that I apologize.
I have really been getting into assembly language, lately, and wanted to share with those who are interested some online tutorials that I think are really informative.
Here are some tools to get you started if you don't already have them.
This is the one I am currently studying....I highly recommend it!
The Art of Assembly Language Programming
Another great Assembly site is the following:
Win32 Assembly Tutorials
This site includes downloads, tutorials, code, a message board, and links.
Here is a preview:
Tutorial 1: The Basics
Tutorial 2: MessageBox
Tutorial 3: A Simple Window
Tutorial 4: Painting with Text
Tutorial 5: More about Text
Tutorial 6: Keyboard Input
Tutorial 7: Mouse Input
Tutorial 8: Menu
Tutorial 9: Child Window Controls
Tutorial 10: Dialog Box as Main Window
Tutorial 11: More about Dialog Box
Tutorial 12: Memory Management and File I/O
Tutorial 13: Memory Mapped File
Tutorial 14: Process
Tutorial 15: Multithreading Programming
Tutorial 16: Event Object
Tutorial 17: Dynamic Link Libraries
Tutorial 18: Common Controls
Tutorial 19: Tree View Control
Tutorial 20: Window Subclassing
Tutorial 21: Pipe
Tutorial 22: Window Superclassing
Tutorial 23: Tray Icon
Tutorial 24: Windows Hooks
Tutorial 25: Simple Bitmap
Tutorial 26: Splash Screen
Tutorial 27: Tooltip Control
Tutorial 28: Win32 Debug API part 1
Tutorial 29: Win32 Debug API part 2
Tutorial 30: Win32 Debug API part 3
Tutorial 31: Listview Control
Tutorial 32: Multiple Document Interface (MDI)
Tutorial 33: RichEdit Control: Basics
Tutorial 34: RichEdit Control: More Text Operations
Tutorial 35: RichEdit Control: Syntax Hilighting
Virtual Device Driver Basics
Virtual Machine Manager
Virtual Device Driver Skeleton
VxD Programming: Primer
VxD Example: MessageBox
Application Time and Shell Functions
Client Register Structure
Virtual 8086 Memory Manager
Overview of PE File Format
Detecting a Valid PE File
Connecting to Data Source
Preparing and Using Statements
An ODBC Example
Translation Download Whole Packages
French [PE/VxD/ODBC/import lib/Winsock tuts]
Win32 Assembly Package
PE Tutorial Package
VxD Tutorial Package
ODBC Tutorial Package
Other Tutorials by Iczelion
Hints on how to create MASM import lib This short essay gives you hints on how to create your own import libraries which are fully *invokable* with MASM
Guide to Winsock Programming in Assembly Language Give info on how to use winsock in win32asm. The info is for winsock 1.1 but still applicable to winsock 2.x.
January 24th, 2003, 08:27 PM
now that looks about as complete as a tutorial can get. Thanks allot MG32!
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January 24th, 2003, 10:31 PM
Kind of off topic but I wanted to point out something.
1> This is NOT in tutorial section. It is not an original tutorial, so it shouldn't be.
2> It was stated upfront that it was a cut and paste... No chance of copywrite violation.
3> It was NOT a complete copy paste, it was more links then anything else....
This is a perfect example of how this SHOULD be done.
\"Ignorance is bliss....
but only for your enemy\"
January 25th, 2003, 02:37 AM
Really impressive THANX MG32
GOD BLESS YOU
January 25th, 2003, 03:05 AM
You guys are so very welcome. I hope you get as much out of them as I am!