In my opinion the best way to learn asm is readinga book on the subject. I read a book called"mastering turbo assembler" by tom swan. It's abit old, but it gives a good understanding of thelanguage. There is a book online called"the art of assembly language", it's huge but from what i've read so far it's good. You canfind it at http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/
I do not know why there is both a main endp AND an end main but that's the way it works. This should give you a simple one character output.
Please visit my website. I will be taking machine organization/assembler language next fall. I have my own message board. We can help each other prepare.
: Hi,: I have buyed TASM for DOS. Just one small problem: I don't know where to start, Can someone give me some help . I have programmed in C before.: Greeting:Robert: (excuse my english)
Here is another good tutorial for begginers, with almost all of it's examples in TASM.
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