I was directed to this site for some type of book on assembly but cant find it.
Posted on 2005-04-21 22:13:40 by Gink
Most probably http://www.win32asmcommunity.net/phpwiki/ and continue your studies at http://win32asm.cjb.net afterwards.

Good luck.
Posted on 2005-04-21 22:42:09 by JimmyClif
Gink,

Don't be afriad to have a good look at Randy Hyde's site either if you are starting assembler from scratch. There are very few books up to date in assembler and what you will find online is a lot better and far more current.

Depending on what you want to write, you can find the Flat Assembler FASM with its own forum and you can find both MASM and GoAsm at the masmforum. Look on the win32asm front page for the links.
Posted on 2005-04-21 23:50:05 by hutch--
Will learning HLA make me understand code that I look at in real assembly?  I want to open a prog. up in Ollydbg and be able to understand what it means.  Some ppl have said that the art of assembly doesnt teach assembly but it teaches HLA
Posted on 2005-04-22 10:30:42 by Gink

Will learning HLA make me understand code that I look at in real assembly?  I want to open a prog. up in Ollydbg and be able to understand what it means.  Some ppl have said that the art of assembly doesnt teach assembly but it teaches HLA


Learning assembly isn't going to help you magically read some other program's disassembly. It takes years of skill for even the best to make educated guesses as to what the program is trying to do at any given moment, and that also includes the understanding of the program's function along with intuition.
Posted on 2005-04-22 16:04:13 by SpooK