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I need to learn ASSEMBLER.  Does anybody know all the commands in ASM and thier functions?  Please E-Mail me at :
  <VIBESPRO@MAILCITY.COM>.
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by:scrapdog
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I know the PERFECT site for you.  You must not be that desperate though :)
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by:omsec
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i would suggest to get a beginners book about Assembler Program Language like you would do it for any other Compiler. I have a full list with description and example of each Mnemonic (Command) but its over 2MG big text
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by:scrapdog
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ASM is difficult to pick up by just looking at mnemonics...the underlying concepts are what takes a while to understand.

I suppose I will stop teasing and give you the web site.  2 points is rather cheap though :)

http://webster.ucr.edu/Page_asm/ArtofAssembly/artofasm.html

Read the whole book, or at least the first half.  You could get by reading the first half, since the second half is more advanced topics like compiler design.  It is 1500 pages.  If you want to learn assembly well, there are no shortcuts.  It is well-written and not too difficult to follow.
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by:BigRat
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May I (politely as possible) ask why you NEED to learn Assembler? It is the urgency in the question which intrigues me.
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by:VIBESPRO
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Thanx everyone, especially SCRAPDOG.  The info you gave was the best, but I can't give you the points because you did not propose an answer.  Next time.  And I will increase the points.

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by:kccdl20
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Both links on here are broken, the 1st one is nonexsistant and the second redirects me to an ekommerce shop
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by:Inteqam
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man, you are talking about 10 years
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by:jack_p50
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oh boy, it really is 10 years. am i getting older or what... seems like it was almost yesterday.
www.archive.org has archived scrapdog's link, mine is lost in the sands of time...
http://web.archive.org/web/19980215021824/http://webster.ucr.edu/Page_asm/ArtofAssembly/artofasm.html
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by:jack_p50
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correction: here are the archived contents of the link i posted back then
http://web.archive.org/web/20000819003802/www.chesworth.com/pv/languages/assembly_language_tutor.htm
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by:Inteqam
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:), i even forgot pascal
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by:jack_p50
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i even forgot C++ :)
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