but don't know why i'm having hardtimes on this..
does any1 has a very good eazy to use tutorial on this from how to write your first program and detail explanations
:o :o
Posted on 2002-12-08 17:10:56 by golpemortal
This is exactly why HLL's are the root of all evil. They shield you from how things really work and when you need/want to learn asm it messes with your mind.

I don't have my links handy but I'm sure you'll get loads of help soon.
Posted on 2002-12-08 21:11:01 by drhowarddrfine
Here's a 16bit tutorial that even works on WinME:
Open the Start->Run dialog and launch debug.exe
Within debug, type:


a100
mov ah, 40
mov bx, 01
mov cx, b
mov dx, 10e
int 21
ret
db 'Hello World'


After entering the 'Hello World' string, hit return twice to exit the assember
Then type g and return.

Below is the commented version:


0100 B440 MOV AH,40 ; Write File Subfunction
0102 BB0100 MOV BX,0001 ; File Handle for Standard Out
0105 B90B00 MOV CX,000B ; Length of String to Print
0108 BA0E01 MOV DX,010E ; Address of String to Print
010B CD21 INT 21 ; DOS Interupt Call
010D C3 RET ; Return
010E DB 'Hello World'
Posted on 2002-12-09 01:24:29 by eet_1024

This is exactly why HLL's are the root of all evil. They shield you from how things really work and when you need/want to learn asm it messes with your mind.

I don't have my links handy but I'm sure you'll get loads of help soon.


Keep preachin' about the devils work..HLL's LOL!

First you must learn Assembly and then the Win32 Assembly stuff will come so quick because you know C/C++. If you really work on it, you should be up on your feet writing your own programs in like a month or two.
Posted on 2002-12-10 18:50:36 by x86asm
Golpe,just make trial,what you have to lose?
Posted on 2002-12-12 08:57:18 by Vortex