Assembly: where to start

i need help getting started with this, i need dox on the language and i need how to actually program with it.

im thinking of using MASM with some visual style IDE but need help on starting.

any ideas?
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  1. You could make a start with The Artof Assembly Language Programming. You could try the WinAsm IDE, but I suspect most people just use a text editor and the command line.
  2. anyone got a list of keywords(preferably with thair syntax)
  3. The ultimate reference books are the programming manuals from the manufacturer. Here, for example are the Intel ones. (The AMD ones are similar.)

    These manuals won't teach you how to program, but they will explain exactly how the processors work and list all of the instructions is full detail. Essential reading for an assembler programmer.
  4. WIN
  5. callumparker666 said:
    i need help getting started with this, i need dox on the language and i need how to actually program with it.

    im thinking of using MASM with some visual style IDE but need help on starting.

    any ideas?

    You didn't explain what you need.

    So do you understand generally how assembly programming works?

    Need the syntax accepted by the assembler?

    Anyway, the simplest way is to right the program in c and then run it through the compiler to produce an assembly listing in a file. Turn off optimization and if possible keep the c code as comments in the assembly language. Then go through the listing, figure out what each like is doing and add comments to clarify things.
  6. hi all I have to build program with emulator with assembly language
    but I don`t know how to do the program is get a string and print it in the next line
    but from right to left how can i do it please help me
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