I've seen there is a lot of talk on 32-bit assembly here.
I would like to know where I can find an introduction on calling
the Windows API with 32-bit assembly and writing Windows applications
in assembly,
I've been programming in DOS for a while,
the site has me interested in 32-bit assembly again.
Thanks for any help...
Posted on 2009-07-31 06:43:55 by 3y3ty
Iczelion's tutorials, maybe? They are specifically for MASM but you can get the general idea by just having a look at them.

And yes - 32-bit ASM is WAAAY more fun to play with than 16-bit one. (And 64-bit one is even more interesting ^^)
Posted on 2009-07-31 07:10:22 by ti_mo_n
Thanks, Iczelion's site had everything I needed to get started.
Posted on 2009-07-31 14:04:08 by 3y3ty
you can download W32DASM(http://www.pediy.com/tools/Disassemblers/W32Dasm/W32dsm8.93.rar)
and find one executable file to open

Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer's Manuals(http://www.intel.com/products/processor/manuals/)
Instruction Set tells you the functions of instructions...
Posted on 2009-08-07 11:09:00 by asmdna
I use w32dasm at times, it is really more usefull with bratpatch if you can still find it around.
Posted on 2009-08-08 12:30:19 by GoldStar611