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    Assembly Book

    I know its not used much anymore but I am really interested in learning assembly. I cant seem to find a book that works for me. Ive downloaded like4 of em online and they are mostly old. I just need something that is simple and short. such as EBX = what ever it is used for ___ etc.

    Any one know of such a reference?

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    I was trolling on yahoo chat the other day pretending to want to learn assembly, and someone gave me a link that actually seemed useful. Hopefully it has something like what you're looking for on the page.

    http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/

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    Yeah I have seen that before all the documents are so old and almost crytic to me haha

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    Reference manuals can be found on Intel's site.

    http://www.intel.com/design/processo...als/253665.pdf
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    Nice thats a good start. Didn't even think to look there thanks!

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    Perhaps this is what you are looking for

    http://www.pvv.ntnu.no/~steinl/vitser/aseembly.html

    Remember that there is no such thing as "Assembler Language" per se, it is a generic term that refers to a number of low level coding languages.

    These are frequently processor specific, and you also need to take into account what higher level languages you will interface to

    SirDice has the right idea in pointing you at a processor manufacturer. Otherwise you will probably have to look at old (10 years or more) university books & manuals for a more generic approach.

    In human terms I guess it is a bit like the difference between languages and linguistics?

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    Thats good Nihil for the commands that arent common but it doesnt have all the standard ones I will keep that one bookmarked tho :-)

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