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Most Painless Way of following Duntemann's "Assembly Step by Step"

Hi everyone,

I am really interested in learning x86 assembly and got a copy of Jeff Duntemann's "Assembly Step by Step".

The problem is that I only own an Intel Macbook, and the code examples in the book do not work. I think the calling conventions for BSD are slightly different than for Linux, but I am not familiar enough to alter the given code yet.

What's the easiest way to get started learning assembly?
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