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March 8, 2004

Filed under: Uncategorized — Muli Ben-Yehuda @ 6:41 PM


Apropos of nothing at all
, I borrowed Assembly
Language Step-by-Step
from a coworker. I hope it’s any good.

6 Comments »

  1. let me know if the asm book is of any good. the one i read is from PH. average quality.

    Comment by ideawerkz — March 8, 2004 @ 9:11 AM | Reply

  2. Linux Assembly book
    Hi Muli,
    Well I assume that what more intereset you is the Linux
    aspects of assembly (and not the DOS aspects, which the
    book you had borrowed , step-by-step…, also deals with).
    I have a copy of Linux Assembly Language Programming
    by Bob Neveln (Author)
    Prentice Hall PTR 2000 (ISBN: 0130879401 )
    It is not a long book (272 pages) and the first 3 chapters
    can be skipped (dealing with basic subjects like gates, logical circuits,etc); but afterwards it deals with memory,stack,various
    assembler programs and more advanced topics.
    It may help – depending on your needs.
    We would like to get your opinion on the step by step book.
    rami,
    ramirosen@hotmail.com

    Comment by Anonymous — March 9, 2004 @ 3:23 AM | Reply

    • Re: Linux Assembly book
      > Well I assume that what more intereset you is the Linux aspects of
      > assembly (and not the DOS aspects, which the book you had borrowed ,
      > step-by-step…, also deals with).
      Actually, I’m interested right now in the DOS aspects, since the assembly I might need to write is running in BIOS context.
      > I have a copy of Linux Assembly Language Programming by Bob Neveln
      > (Author) Prentice Hall PTR 2000 (ISBN: 0130879401 ) It is not a long book
      > (272 pages) and the first 3 chapters can be skipped (dealing with basic
      > subjects like gates, logical circuits,etc); but afterwards it deals with
      > memory,stack,various assembler programs and more advanced topics. It may
      > help – depending on your needs.
      Sounds interesting, but not directly applicable to what we’re doing right now.
      > We would like to get your opinion on the step by step book. rami,
      > ramirosen@hotmail.com
      The first two chapters are fairly annoying. I hope the best will be better 😉

      Comment by mulix — March 9, 2004 @ 4:25 AM | Reply

      • Re: Linux Assembly book
        Hah, it is the same book I told you I have.

        Comment by ideawerkz — March 9, 2004 @ 7:01 AM

  3. I once made a DOS assembler program that counts from 0 to 65535. It was so fun!

    Comment by luckluster — March 9, 2004 @ 2:57 PM | Reply

    • The last exercise in the ASM class I took in the Technion (ATAM) started with the immortal words: “let us write an operating system in assembly”. That was fun!

      Comment by mulix — March 11, 2004 @ 7:08 AM | Reply


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