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 Looking for Good Freeware, or Shareware Assembler

Hello...
I'm new to this newsgroup, however, I was wondering if anyone can recommend
a good Assembler for me.   I'm just learning asm now, but I have no
assembler.  I would prefer something new, that supports Pentium processors
and MMX, but I doubt there would be any free assemblers for that...

Anyway, thanks for the help in advance

Michael Rhodes



Sun, 08 Jul 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Looking for Good Freeware, or Shareware Assembler

Michael,

I recommend NASM.  It's free.  It works in DOS, Windows, and
Linux.  It works in the most convenient way.  Read my copy of the
introductory info at

http://www.frontiernet.net/~progress/

Jim Trek


Future Beacon Technology
128 Main Street
Brockport, NY 14420
(716) 637-0256


Quote:
> Hello...
> I'm new to this newsgroup, however, I was wondering if anyone can recommend
> a good Assembler for me.   I'm just learning asm now, but I have no
> assembler.  I would prefer something new, that supports Pentium processors
> and MMX, but I doubt there would be any free assemblers for that...

> Anyway, thanks for the help in advance

> Michael Rhodes




Sun, 08 Jul 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Looking for Good Freeware, or Shareware Assembler
There is a very good assembler that does exactly what you want, its called
NASM go to www.web-sites.co.uk/nasm
Quote:

>Hello...
>I'm new to this newsgroup, however, I was wondering if anyone can recommend
>a good Assembler for me.   I'm just learning asm now, but I have no
>assembler.  I would prefer something new, that supports Pentium processors
>and MMX, but I doubt there would be any free assemblers for that...

>Anyway, thanks for the help in advance

>Michael Rhodes




Sun, 08 Jul 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Looking for Good Freeware, or Shareware Assembler

Contributors to alt.os.assembly have helped to write a brief
overview of the boot process for PC's.  The current edition
is at

http://www.frontiernet.net/~progress

The link is labeled "Operating System Development."

To help make this information more accurate and complete, please
send corrections and additional information about the boot process

One important aspect which is still missing from the overview is
the branch opportunity provided by the BIOS which allows a plug
board to take control of the system before an operating system
is sought on disk.

Links and illustrative assembly language program segments are
also very welcome.

The goal is to provide information enabling programmers to write
new or custom operating systems.

Please consider devoting some web space or linking your existing
OS development related url to this documentation project.

Jim Trek

http://www.frontiernet.net/~progress/

Future Beacon Technology
128 Main Street
Brockport, NY 14420
(716) 637-0256



Mon, 09 Jul 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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