Ok, I'm a pretty good c++ programmer and i know that asm is generally more effecient than c/c++ so naturally im interested, but i cant seem to find any tutorials, Iczelion's say you should already have a good understanding of asm in his tuts, so i dont know where to go.

(i dont know if this is comming or not, but yes i realize how low level asm is and have a GENERAL idea about how it works, and i DO know how programs are structured in memory)

but still...im a n00b...

thanx in advance

edit: the only thing i am going to be using to compile is MSVC++ .NET which will compile inline asm code, but a full knowledge of asm is what im really after (so maybe ill grab myself a true asm compiler (preferably with the same syntax))
Posted on 2004-01-01 18:47:52 by Ademan
If you're familiar with inline asm with vc++ you'll probably feel more comfortable with masm. You can download it as part of the masm32 package at http://www.masm32.com.

To learn assembly language you might want to check out the art of assembly language at http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/AoA.html. It uses HLA instead of masm but the information it has on assembly language is useful no matter which assembler you decide to use.

There's also some masm documentation at the site.
http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/Page_TechDocs/0_techdocs.html

Welcome to the board and have fun learning asm. :)
Posted on 2004-01-01 19:06:22 by Odyssey
Thank you for the links and thank you for not flaming the n00b :-D
Posted on 2004-01-01 19:13:21 by Ademan
Welcome to the forum:alright:
Posted on 2004-01-02 04:53:32 by Vortex
You should check out Thomas' tutorials at www.madwizard.org . They will teach you some basic stuff.

Btw, welcome to the forum :)
Posted on 2004-01-02 05:08:24 by Delight

Thank you for the links and thank you for not flaming the n00b :-D


We make a habit of not flaming or scaring n00b's away! Welcome ASM can be an interesting experience :D
Posted on 2004-01-02 09:25:17 by x86asm
don't forget to check out the FAQ forum, it may answer a lot of your questions as well.

Welcome to the board :wave:
Posted on 2004-01-02 09:42:52 by Hiroshimator