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Starting with Assembly

dee-u

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I have tried different programming languages already but haven't really tried assembly and I am very interested to have a taste of it even if I will not be able to use it professionally, I just want to have a little understanding on how it works. Any "hello world" tutorial out there? I'd prefer MASM if possible.

TIA
 

dee-u

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Thanks Bonnie, that is indeed a good read! Was gonna rep that but I still need to spread around.
 

Maven

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I have tried different programming languages already but haven't really tried assembly and I am very interested to have a taste of it even if I will not be able to use it professionally, I just want to have a little understanding on how it works. Any "hello world" tutorial out there? I'd prefer MASM if possible.

TIA

I would recommend a book by http://www.asmirvine.com/

The older editions go pretty cheap, and it's a solid book.
 

kred

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A couple of months ago I also wanted to play assembly and I've found some good tutorials on the following webpages:
win32assembly.programminghorizon.com/tutorials.html
www.madwizard.org/programming/tutorials/
www.plantation-productions.com/Webster/
 

Blupig

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I'm like 2 years late, but I found that starting out with a basic CPU simulator helps to get used to the idea of programming so low to the hardware.
Programming for the Motorola 68000 family is what I did in school. Getting into that is a breeze, and going from that to MASM or something similar is easier from 68K ASM than to do it right off the bat.

The simulator we used is here: http://www.easy68k.com/
 
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