hi, there started teaching myself assembly language, and I was just wondering if anyone here still uses Masm 6.11, I am currently not as interested in Masm32 v10 as I am interested in Masm 6.11

has anyone, got some advice, tips and pointers for an amatuer >:)
Posted on 2009-08-19 08:59:05 by ulricht
I've moved this thread to the Main forum, as it doesn't quite fit in the Recruitment forum.
Posted on 2009-08-19 10:42:58 by SpooK
ulricht: MASM is the assembler, MASM32 is a package put together by hutch. Bad naming makes it easy to confuse the two... dunno which version of MASM he ships with the package nowadays, haven't touched it for years.
Posted on 2009-08-20 04:51:08 by f0dder
can anyone point me in the direction of some kiler book and source code, that would make my attempt at learning assembly a little easier
Posted on 2009-08-20 06:53:59 by ulricht
Iczelion's tutorials?

And what does this have to do with low level concepts?
Posted on 2009-08-20 10:20:24 by ti_mo_n

Iczelion's tutorials?

And what does this have to do with low level concepts?


Not much.

Ulricht, please utilize the "Main" forum for all your generic assembly language related questions.

Thanks. -SpooK
Posted on 2009-08-20 13:08:34 by SpooK
It's 6.14 that ships with MASM32.
Posted on 2009-08-20 13:47:47 by bruce1948
sorry about that incorrect placing of the post :shock:. My apologies. thanks for moving it, and thanks for the info. :P
Posted on 2009-08-23 03:25:46 by ulricht
I would suggest its a great time to switch to JWASM, which is compatible, faster, and without license issues as you grow.

Just a replacement for ML.exe

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Posted on 2009-08-23 03:56:51 by Homer
I would recommend you a book by Kip Irvine "Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers", 5th Edition. Also check his site http://kipirvine.com/asm/.
Posted on 2009-09-08 05:07:43 by approxime