I have spent a long time searching for certain API information, and only ever finding C# or VB information. Finally I stumbled (thanks to Google) on page 27 of the Win32ASM tutorial, which had exactly what I wanted. Thanks a lot for the info, and thanks for showing that assembly language is still alive!

Interesting, though... my favorite assembler, NASM, doesn't seem to be mentioned. :)
Posted on 2004-11-14 22:55:52 by Rosuav
Also there exist the masmforum and the flatassembler forum refered to assembly programming.

Have you tried the Windows Programmers Reference (or WinAPI)? http://mingw.org/docs.shtml#win32api thee are three flavours iirc.

Also if you whant another reference for nasm http://rs1.szif.hu/~tomcat/win32/ (DOS and Win programming) see the base package.
Posted on 2004-11-16 23:14:57 by rea