Is there a simple tool that allows me to compile asm file to get an exe file
Posted on 2004-04-10 12:01:53 by Tom
Most any assembler will due, but some will also require a linker.
Posted on 2004-04-10 12:26:30 by bitRAKE
Can you please give me a link to download a simple assembler that comes with instructions to use it
Posted on 2004-04-10 12:34:41 by Tom
http://win32asm.cjb.net/ <- At Iczelion's page, in the download section you got the MASM package wich also contains an editor, examples and tutorials.
Posted on 2004-04-10 13:42:21 by sluggo
http://flatassembler.net/index.php

FASM is a small development package that could be run from floppy.
Posted on 2004-04-10 15:06:59 by bitRAKE
tom, i know you're new and all, but a lot of your questions could be answered if you read the tutorials section and browsed through the forum using the search button
Posted on 2004-04-10 18:09:35 by evlncrn8
Also maybe you are questioning for an IDE?


Have a nice day or night.
Posted on 2004-04-10 19:56:18 by rea
Tom,

You can download the latest masm32 package from:

http://www.masmforum.com
Posted on 2004-04-11 04:38:06 by Vortex
Tom, what you are esentially doing is the "spoon-feed me" process. That process annoys other programmers, teaches you nothing and is essentially a waste of people's effort to read the post.

First off, use the forums search function... you would have already found a topic in The Heap about assemblers. Second, use Google search to find topics on various assemblers and comparisons between them.

Of course all of this is assuming you know anything about computer programming to begin with. If you have never programmed for a computer before, start with something like VisualBASIC or Visual C.
Posted on 2004-04-11 10:07:48 by SpooK
Hehe - I always find that last point amusing.

Newbie programmers... but I guess we were all there at some time. Does anyone remember how they started and where they learned?
Posted on 2004-04-11 19:32:43 by Sentient
Ya, a book from the library about GW-BASIC that was almost as big as me.
Posted on 2004-04-12 00:08:39 by SpooK

Hehe - I always find that last point amusing.

Newbie programmers... but I guess we were all there at some time. Does anyone remember how they started and where they learned?


Aug 2002, with MASM32.
Posted on 2004-04-12 00:11:42 by donkey
There is no such thing as a stupid question. Those that have the humility to ask are really the smarter ones.
Posted on 2004-04-12 23:17:41 by mrgone
Afternoon, mrgone.

From what Tom's posted so far, it appears he's a cracker-wanna-be.

So please don't suggest a cracker is smart ;).

Cheers,
Scronty
Posted on 2004-04-13 00:25:45 by Scronty
Have not read his other posts. Just seemed like someone getting jumped on for asking a question. I think that's what the board is for but I know some just want to insight flame wars too. I'll stand back and observe.
Posted on 2004-04-13 01:20:58 by mrgone
mrgone. Please trust that I would not insult the integrity of someone who truly wants to learn something rather than be spoon-fed all the shortcuts. I have and still can easily discern the difference.
Posted on 2004-04-13 01:59:10 by SpooK