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Assembly lecture notes, courses, tutorials, references, guides and online books. All of these are published at the Assembly Directory , allowing quick access and accurate search.



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 Tutorials
Title Author Description
The Art Of Assembly Language Programming

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Randall Hyde A book on 16bit assembly programming. The book is divided into seven main sections: a section on machine organization and architecture, a section on basic assembly language, a section on intermediate assembly language, a section on interrupts and resident programs, a section covering IBM PC hardware peculiarities, a section on optimization, and various appendices.
Win32 Programming for x86 Assembly Language Programmers

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Henry Takeuchi A book on programming Windows applications using assembly
Assembly Language Tutorial Hugo Perez A one paged introduction to assembly. The document has the primordial function of introducing you to assembly language programming, and it has been thought for those people who have never worked with this language.

 Specifications
Title Author Description
Interrupt List

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Ralf Brown An archive covering: interrupts, ports, memory areas, API calls and more. This is one of the main references used by assembly programmers.
SPIM S20: A MIPS R2000 Simulator

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James R. Larus SPIM S20 is a simulator that runs programs for the MIPS R2000/R3000 RISC computers

 Downloads
Title Author Description
The Assembly Language Database Peter Norton An old but comprehensive database of assembly language instructions and operations. A must reference for any assembly programmer. Also contains the Turbo Assembler 4.0 guide