Please tell me some good websites about TASM32 programming for Win32, where I can get documents about TASM32, TASM32 IDE, some tutorials(easy to learn), examples about TAMS32 programming for Win32, ... Thanks a lot.
Posted on 2001-05-03 22:02:00 by thanhtrung2020
Hi TASM32 or not ;) and MASM are not so different my basically any tutorials in MASM will sure help...besides i belive MASTA's tutorials are TASM specific...have you checked Iczelion's site? as i remember some of the code/tutorials are "TASM specific" besides you can ask me as i am using TASM 5.0 now ;)
Posted on 2001-05-04 01:42:00 by BogdanOntanu
thanhtrung2020, Unless you have very good reason to program in TASM, I would recommend that you start with MASM. I have seen a lot of very good code written in TASM in the past but it has been by people who have been at it for years and have all of the necessary tools and other bits to write TASM. As a beginner you will find no support, lousy headers, limitations in the assembler, no IDE, and when you eventually get good at it, MASM will outperform it. TASM used to be a good assembler 5 years ago but Borland/Inprise do not support it any longer and it is now an old product. MASM can routinely write EXE, DLL, device drivers, libraries and it builds smaller than TASM files. Regards,
Posted on 2001-05-04 05:09:00 by hutch--