Im mostly using inline asm in c/c++ code (ok... dont flame me TOO much. thx :grin: ) i know the basics, but am looking for some more advanced tutorials...
any suggestions?

cviper
Posted on 2001-11-28 14:34:53 by CViper
CViper,

As long as you are familiar with the particular notation format for your compiler, most assembler information can be used with inline assembler in a compiler.

The Intel manuals are very good, Agner Fog's optimisation is the best around, there is a reasonably large body of assembler info in MASM32 and of course you can access the full range of Iczelion's tutorials.

Regards,

hutch@movsd.com
Posted on 2001-11-28 14:57:33 by hutch--
CViper,

Just write "assembly" in any searcher and you are going to end tired of tutorials.
Posted on 2001-11-28 17:14:38 by CodeLover