I'm not sure if this makes sense or not, but I don't need an assembler but a way to convert ASM to Machine just as a quick reference, I don't need an obj or anything to be constructed. So for example if I typed in something like: inc dword [010056F0h] it would spit out: FF 05 F0 56 00 01

Anyway, I'm not sure such a thing exists, but if someone could at least point me to a look up chart for ASM to Machine I would appreciate it! Thanks.
Posted on 2004-08-28 11:10:04 by ben
Sure that there exist a tool, I dont know, but anyway, you can look at the list file of the assembler that you are using ... the only problem is that is not interactive, also search in this board, for tutorials of svin about opcodes, also he use ollydbg, and is more interactive.
Posted on 2004-08-28 11:17:22 by rea
If you want something interactive, how about good old DOS DEBUG, that comes with every version of Windows.

Start DEBUG, enter the A command, and type away. :)
Posted on 2004-08-28 11:39:55 by S/390
If you want something interactive, how about good old DOS DEBUG, that comes with every version of Windows.

Start DEBUG, enter the A command, and type away. :)


too bad that it creates 16bit code by default :(
Posted on 2004-08-28 12:57:21 by lifewire
There's a tool called OCG (OpCode Generator) by snyper. I think it's not available anymore since he went offline so here it is. It's not all that comprehensive, though, so you could try nasm, which can output binary.
Posted on 2004-08-28 13:31:52 by stormix
rta by squidge is good too.You can google for it.
Posted on 2004-08-28 17:11:59 by LaptoniC
SoftWire can easily be used for this.
Posted on 2004-08-28 20:29:14 by C0D1F1ED