Good x86 free book or tutorial 
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 Good x86 free book or tutorial

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>I'm looking for a good free book or tutorial
>on x86 assembly. It would be best if it did'nt
>handle only dos/windows but also Un*x.

 Don't know a good free book but I do know an excellent free book: Art
of Assembly Programming by Randy Hyde.
Take a look at AltaVista for the URL and note that it is available in
different formats: on-line HTM, Acrobat's PDF, postscript.
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Regards,
Gerard Bok


Sat, 11 Aug 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 Good x86 free book or tutorial


Quote:

>>I'm looking for a good free book or tutorial
>>on x86 assembly. It would be best if it did'nt
>>handle only dos/windows but also Un*x.
> Don't know a good free book but I do know an excellent free book: Art
>of Assembly Programming by Randy Hyde.
>Take a look at AltaVista for the URL and note that it is available in
>different formats: on-line HTM, Acrobat's PDF, Postscript.
>-
>Regards,
>Gerard Bok

There is a link to Randy Hydes stuff, along with a load of other
usefull looking links here: -

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Lakes/8534/ohjl.html

Kevin.

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Tue, 21 Aug 2001 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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