Heard about it from alt.lang.asm. I just thought i mind mention it here :)


I would like to announce that I have a new edition of my free online
PC assembly language tutorial available. The tutorial covers
programming in 32-bit protected mode. (It does NOT discuss how to
create a protected mode environment, it only covers how to program in
a existing one, either Windows or Linux.)

The text is adapted from a class I taught at the University of Central
Oklahoma. Its main audience is the C/C++ programmer who wants to learn
assembly either to use it directly from C/C++ or just to learn what
goes on underneath a higher level language like C and C++.

The assembler used is the Netwide Assembler (NASM). The text focuses
mostly on using NASM with the free GNU-based DJGPP C/C++
compiler. However, using the Linux GNU, Borland, Microsoft and Open Watcom
compilers are also discussed. Example code is provided for all 5
environments.

The tutorial is available in 2 formats: PDF and Postscript. It may be
freely copied and distributed. Teachers are encouraged to use it for
their classes. However, I would appreciate knowing if you are using
it for a class.

The additions are:
1) Chapter 3: discussion of big and little endian (At work, I'm
having to deal with these every day now!)
2) Chapter 5: discussion of multidimensional arrays.
3) Chapter 7: discussion of C bit fields
4) A couple of minor typos fixed.

The other addition is example files for the free Open Watcom C/C++ compiler.
Also, the C files in the example files for the other compilers were
tweaked to make them more portable between the compilers. Please let me
know if you have any problems with the new example code.

You can download the tutorial and example files at:
http://www.drpaulcarter.com/pcasm/

As before, corrections and feedback are welcome.

--
Paul Carter
Posted on 2003-11-23 13:55:25 by Odyssey
Nice to see a update ;).

By the way I consider this book, easy to read and to learn.


me have a trouble following this book dont dude in put your question ;).


Nice day.:cool:
Posted on 2003-11-26 22:51:38 by rea

Nice to see a update ;).

By the way I consider this book, easy to read and to learn.


me have a trouble following this book dont dude in put your question ;).


Nice day.:cool:


mmm i need question something in the past (like two weeks a go) a post of my was deleted..... by the way I am sure that I dont delete it.. because i will remember that i delete my post, even more, there are two things for do if you whant delete your post, first chech the check box, and then press ok... and I dont do that.....

I am sure that I dont write: me have a trouble following this book dont dude in put your question ;). I am not the best english writer, sure, but i think I will not contradict my self, even at the next line... what you think about this????......

In the anterior line I was saying that this is a good book and easy to follow, then for what I will put "me have a trouble following this book dont dude in put your question ;)."

Also the dont dude to put your question is contradictory to me have a trouble........


I can remember exactly that i put: if you have a trouble following this book dont dude in put your question ;).





Nice day or night.
Posted on 2003-11-27 10:56:43 by rea
I didn't understand it either. I just thought you meant if someone has trouble reading it they should ask a question :)
Posted on 2003-11-27 11:38:52 by Odyssey