getting CodeView (learning assembly) 
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 getting CodeView (learning assembly)

I am reading through The Art of Assembly Language Programming, and I am
far enough along that it would be handy to have some sort of de{*filter*}. I
have the free version of Masm 6.11; where could I find CodeView to go
with it? I would buy the full version of Masm, but apparently it is no
longer available (From what I could understand after 2-3 hours of
searching Microsoft pages, it is available only as an add-on for Visual
C++). Is there a microsoft product that I could buy (like Visual Basic
or something) that would actually come with CodeView? I have also seen
some other de{*filter*}s like SoftIce; if I'm going to spend money it would
be nice to have a little GUI de{*filter*}. I downloaded windbg, but it gives
me an error message when I open non-windows executables. I need
something that can step through DOS applications like the ones in The
Art of Assembly Language Programming. Can anyone point me in the right
direction? Any help would be appreciated.


Thu, 15 Aug 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 getting CodeView (learning assembly)

Try the DOS DEBUG utility included with MS DOS and MS Windows.  Works fine
with relatively small binary files (<=1KB).

Quote:

> I am reading through The Art of Assembly Language Programming, and I am
> far enough along that it would be handy to have some sort of de{*filter*}. I
> have the free version of Masm 6.11; where could I find CodeView to go
> with it? I would buy the full version of Masm, but apparently it is no
> longer available (From what I could understand after 2-3 hours of
> searching Microsoft pages, it is available only as an add-on for Visual
> C++). Is there a microsoft product that I could buy (like Visual Basic
> or something) that would actually come with CodeView? I have also seen
> some other de{*filter*}s like SoftIce; if I'm going to spend money it would
> be nice to have a little GUI de{*filter*}. I downloaded windbg, but it gives
> me an error message when I open non-windows executables. I need
> something that can step through DOS applications like the ones in The
> Art of Assembly Language Programming. Can anyone point me in the right
> direction? Any help would be appreciated.



Fri, 16 Aug 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 getting CodeView (learning assembly)



Quote:
>nt me in the right
> direction? Any help would be appreciated.

try a86/d86 you can download it from the authors site at
http://www.*-*-*.com/
it,s a shareware assembler and de{*filter*} but if you like it and buy it
you get a nice printed manual and a 386 to pentium mmx assembler and de{*filter*}.
I just checked and you will need a 386 de{*filter*} for some of the AOA
example code
you could also have a look at

http://www.*-*-*.com/



Sat, 17 Aug 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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