I am a C++ programmer and would like to learn, understand, design, and implement applications using 32-bit assembly for Intel 80/86 architecture.

I have 16-bit ASM experience. I hear that 32-bit ASM is easier because you do not have to worry about sections, etc. However, the registers are bigger and there are more of them.

What is the best book to learn and practive 32-bit ASM?

Posted on 2003-09-02 19:52:59 by kuphryn
Posted on 2003-09-02 22:55:41 by jordanc
Also check out the documentation on Randy's site:


The "80386 CPU Documentation" should get you up to speed in the 32 bit world.

Posted on 2003-09-03 09:31:48 by S/390
Okay. Thanks.

Posted on 2003-09-07 23:35:43 by kuphryn