can anyone suggest books or any other literature that theyve found pretty helpful when they first started prog asm? ive found a couple that look pretty good, and of course the bible art of asm, etc, but if anyone else can make some suggestions it would be cool. thx (:

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Posted on 2001-08-22 01:25:31 by g0dMoNeY
IBM PC Assembler Language and Programming - Peter Abel
   ISBN 0-13-448143-7 (Not in print any more)

The 80x86 IBM PC and Compatible Computers (Vol I & II) - Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Janice Gillispie Mazidi
   ISBN 0-13-016568-9

The Tutorials at:
Iczelion's Win32 Assembly Homepage

Also useful, write some progs in debug.
Posted on 2001-08-22 03:45:06 by eet_1024
Sadly no one writes good assembly books anymore.
In my day there where many titles to choose from.

Here is a list of my collection of asm books.
Most are out of print and no longer available.

I have read re-read and read again all these titles..;)

Title 80386/80286 Assembly Language Programming
Author William H. Murray
Year 1986

Title Advanced Assembly Language
Author Steven Holzner
Year 1987

Title Advanced Assembly Language
Author Allen L. Wyatt
Year 1992

Title Advanced MSDOS Programming
Author Ray Duncan
Year 1988

Title Assembler Inside & Out
Author Harley Hahn
Year 1992

Title Assembly Language for Real Programmers
Author Marcus Johnson
Year 1993

Title Assembly Language Primer
Author Robert Lafore
Year 1984

Title Assembly Language Subroutines
Author Leo J. Scanlon
Year 1986

Title Bit-Mapped Graphics 2nd Edition
Author Steve Rimmer
Year 1993

Title DOS Programmers Reference 2nd Edition
Author Terry Dettmann
Year 1989

Title Mastering Turbo Assembler
Author Tom Swan
Year 1989

Title MSDOS and IBM ROM BIOS References
Author Ray Duncan
Year 1988

Title PC Intern System Programming 5th Edition
Author Michael Tischer
Year 1995

Title PC System Programming
Author Michael Tischer
Year 1989

Title Peter Nortons Assembly Language Book
Author Peter Norton
Year 1986

Title Programmers Guide to PC&PS/2 Video Systems
Author Richard Wilton
Year 1987

Title Programmers Problem Solver
Author Robert Jourdain
Year 1986

Title Programming Solutions Handbook
Author Julio Sanchez
Year 1991

Title PS/2-PC Assembly Language
Author Steven Holzner
Year 1989

Title Super VGA Graphics Programming Secrets
Author Steve Rimmer
Year 1991

Title The Undocumented PC Programming Guide
Author Frank Van Gilluwe
Year 1994

Title Using Assembly Language
Author Allan L. Wyatt
Year 1987

I have a good size collection of C/C++ books also.

Hey, I like to read...:grin:
Posted on 2001-08-22 06:08:38 by bcraven
I've read of book named "Inner loops".
It's about effective imlemetation of algorithms in
asm on xx86 32bit.
I would gladly by the book but in Russia I have no chance - nobody sells it here.

IMHO the topic of the book (middle level realisation and optimization) is the most important, more than any other topics regarding asm.
Posted on 2001-08-22 06:23:15 by The Svin
Barry Kauler - "Windows Assembly Language
& Systems Programming"
http://212.14.34.87/~fkiepski/down/helpy/kb.zip
you could go to this site http://underpl.krosno.eu.org/html/down14.htm there's a lot of books to download
Posted on 2001-08-22 06:39:58 by NEMO
g0dMoNeY,

For win32, there are no up to date books and the ones around are old DOS stuff. The Intel manuals are the best in the business and are free, Iczelion's tutorials are a good starter and you can hunt around and find an old copy of Randy Hyde's Art of Assembler to get a basic feel of using the instructions.

Assembler is very much an area where you must get a feel for how it works so starting off at a low level and playing with instructions is a good place to start. I would not waste you time and money on the current books available, they are no use to you writing the modern stuff.

Regards and good luck.

hutch@pbq.com.au
Posted on 2001-08-22 09:20:34 by hutch--