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Dear experts,

I would need to write assembly program, specifically  Intel SSE SIMD assembly program.

Would you be able to advice or refer to me any dummy tutorial?
or any "Hello World" sample in this assembly ?

Thanks a lot
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I've always thought that "The Art of Assembly Language Programming" was a pretty good introduction to x86 assembly language programming :

        http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/AoA/index.html
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THANK YOU!
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