Looks Like we took our time and created
over 50 Visual tuts, and we will be doing
an endless amount here after. we have not
released all of them yet, but we have
placed 10 of them for download.
these lessons asume that you know nothing
about assembly, and leave nothing out.
each step or lesson builds on each other
steping you through each topic.

You can try them out and let us know
what you think ect.

Download them at:


And don't forget to try out my Library
called CTRLLIB.LIB, it contains rutines
I hope will save you time, like create
a tab control with one invoke, this
includes tabs with text and images
with one invoke, or create a TOOLBAR
with tooltips and images with one invoke.
this version has 26 rutines.

Thank you Zcoder.....
Posted on 2002-06-26 05:36:56 by Zcoder
Nice work, but please DON'T CROSSPOST HERE!

Posted on 2002-06-26 06:57:51 by bazik

Good to see you again... haven't seen y'round lately... tuts look good... but one suggestion, I have really high resolution monitor and it's 3 ft. away from my eyes, therefore, it's almost impossible to see the dark blue links on the black background without squinting or missing it altogether... perhaps you can change the link color to someting a little brighter?

Posted on 2002-06-26 18:03:39 by _Shawn
:alright: I am thinking that these have to be the best tuts that I have seen anywhere. Do you have anymore of these that get deeper into asm? If so when will you release them and I think I would rather even buy them then buy all of the lame books that I have been buying that don't teach near as detailed as this.

Thanks bitfiddler
Posted on 2002-06-28 18:44:57 by bitfiddler
1. I can't read
2. I like to watch pictures fly by ... dec ... and go huh, huh, huh, huh, huh, huh?
Posted on 2002-06-28 19:01:13 by grv575
Thanks for your input, we would like to hear
from more of you about the tut's, and YES
we have more, we made about 54 of them
and thought we would test run 10 of them.
we are going to keep making these and go
all the way thru, every detail of windows
programing, the other lessons we have
are well up into windows programing and
it took 44 of them to slowly step everyone
up to this level, we assume the viewer
knows nothing about assembly, and windows
programing. If we can just hear more about
what everyone thinks about these tut's, this
will help us very much to continue from lesson
54 and do another 50 or more, and release many
packages of about 50 or more in each package.
as it does take time to create these, but we
have it down now.

Thanks again....

Posted on 2002-06-29 00:43:10 by Zcoder
I believe that if I download something from someones site and use it that the least that I should do for them is to give them some feedback on it. This is only comman sence that a reply is in order especially if they are asking for some input from the users.But reguarless of the resons of the individuals that download and do not reply I still think that you are on the right track and keep up the good work for the rest of us out here that are wanting something like this.

Posted on 2002-06-30 03:51:17 by bitfiddler
Hmmm, both links are dead :confused:

Posted on 2002-06-30 04:00:06 by NaN
Sorry for the down time, I really needed to defrag my
server, and had to shut down everything, the whole
drive took to long to defrag, but should defrag quiker
now in the future. The system is now up and running

Posted on 2002-06-30 06:59:50 by Zcoder
I have purchased the LESSONPACK1 download and have gone through some of it already and I have to say that I am truely happy to finally get some Lessons or TUTs that actually do the job!! I will be able to actually learn from this with all of the very consice and straight forward explainations in each lesson I feel more then confident now that I can truely begin to write my own Assembly Programs!

GREAT JOB and I will be letting everyone know about your Lessons page.

Posted on 2002-07-02 12:26:12 by bitfiddler
$44 for a few ASM tutorials?

Pah... better ask more questions on this Forum here...
Posted on 2002-07-02 13:05:58 by bazik
Well I for one am extreamely happy to see that someone has finally taken the initiative to sit down and write all of the Lessons and then put them into a Viasual Audio form! I have purchased LOTS of books for prices as HIGH as $105 each and they were never as precise as the lessons that I purchased from that site! and I am learning from this stuff and that is no accident! On the contrary that is foresight on the part of the programmers that designed the package. I believe, I can tell that they planned each step so as to keep the user going into a constant direction of progression. But after all that I have heard on this site about suporting the Assembly Language Windows based stuff I think that it is pretty sad when a $1 a lesson really truely offends someone for what apears to be a very lot of time and hard work, and I guess if you do not think that knowledge is power in the programming community then that is your opinion! Plain and simple I will go anywhere and pay quite a bit of money in order to get something that I can actually use and benifit from. There is so much to learn and if I am suporting this you are correct in your assumtion, I will BUY every Package that is made! I on the other hand want to learn how to do all of the things that are locked in the minds of the programmer that is writting all of that lesson stuff! I look at it like this these lessons that I have bought are like having an actuall teacher there with all of the answers to the topic that I am trying to learn!
I say KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK and I AWAIT your next release with baited breath!

Posted on 2002-07-04 09:25:05 by bitfiddler

Plain and simple I will go anywhere and pay quite a bit of money in order to get something that I can actually use and benifit from.

Great! I'll have my bank contact your bank :grin:

edit: 1$/question, 0.50 to the one providing the answer.... I'm rich! :eek:
Posted on 2002-07-04 09:40:47 by Hiroshimator
Plain and simple I will go anywhere and pay quite a bit of money in order to get something that I can actually use and benifit from.
Shucks!!! I should have done this a long time ago, now that zcoder beat me to it. Oh well, I'll be waiting when bitRAKE and The Svin will publish their Zen Of Code Optimization. I'm sure bitfiddler will buy it. :grin:
Posted on 2002-07-04 09:52:29 by stryker
Great! I'll have my bank contact your bank

edit: 1$/question, 0.50 to the one providing the answer.... I'm rich!

Win32ASM Community Board rules : please comply with them.

Flames only burn, they never enlighten.

Good words to live by!

Posted on 2002-07-04 10:03:00 by bitfiddler
I seems that some people don't think that other
people should get paid for somethings
they do. if you know how to do something
it would be dumb to buy the knowlege, and
if you don't have that knowlege, then if you
can't learn it on your own, you just might
have to pay for it. example: (collage).

I give examples away free, I help people on this site
for free, I worked hard on the tuts, cause I found
by reading the posts on this forum, what some beginners
where not getting, someone to take them by the hand and
HELP lead them through the hard parts of understanding
asm, Sure alot of people on this forum would throw code
examples at people asking for a solution to there problem
but the begginner can't dig out all that stuff from the
other stuff built in the example. So I am trying to fix that.

Don't knock anyone that has found what is working for
them. why would you do that???

Posted on 2002-07-04 10:58:14 by Zcoder
I don't see anyone knocking bitfiddler, do you? :confused:
Posted on 2002-07-04 11:01:32 by Hiroshimator
I hope NOT, he is not the only one that paid
for the lessons.

Posted on 2002-07-04 11:03:54 by Zcoder
The lessons are ok. I think it's a great idea, and I feel you should keep up the good work, but the designs need some help... and that person needs some serious enthusiasm :cool:

Oh... and there should be a way to fast forward, or step through to speed things up.
Posted on 2002-07-05 00:50:16 by Asm_Freak