Recommand asm tools for learning?

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  1. Grayson

    Grayson New Member

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    Hi. I'm thinking about learning an assembly language and here are my system specifications:

    Intel P4 2GHz
    256MB DDR
    40GB HD
    Windows XP Home

    This is just a simple specification, by the way.

    So, does anybody recommand any freeware assembly programs for learning purposes?

    Also, which asm tutorials do you recommand?

    Thanks.
  2. Plasma

    Plasma New Member

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    Check out the Art of Assembly. As far as assemblers go, NASM is nice. (I actually prefer TASM, but it's not free. :( )
  3. Sentertainme

    Sentertainme New Member

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    Ooooh...man, that's alot of work...

    I checked into it, forget it if you don't have a compiler already, most discontinued compilers are still for sale (believe it or not) and the cheaper ones are over $50!
    In other words, finding a GOOD free compiler is hard on it's own!
    (Though there are MANY good ones out there)

    Plus, the actual language is very basic, yet complex...
    You have to really break down each step, it may sound easy...but when you have to break sdown steps that far!!! wow!

    Good luck anyways, if you find some good compilers and such...I'd like in on this info!
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