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What should I read first for the Assembly Language, threads that I should check out first, so that I can get involved with Assembly programming.

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Hi! I registered here just this week.

Forgive me for asking, but I was hoping you could show me any threads that I should check out first, so I can get involved here?

Thanks in advance, Michael
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Welcome mikegladsz,

mee is right, start with:
Introduction,
Quick Start, and then I would suggest
Iczelion tutorials
Iczelion Tutorials and Winasm Studio

Never hesitate to ask anything,

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Try reading some programming languages first .. then jump to some other stuff for reading before assembly language.
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Future reference for any new bees that come buzzing through this here thread -- assembler is a logic based system and far more demanding than HL languages, but the first three things that you will learn in assembler, is how to properly instantiate and terminate and stay the hell away from anything that looks like a loop. This crap ain't Visual Basic.

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Old skewl not old fool remember to heed the elders in the field of programming and learn from old hands like these salty dogs in this forum and you'll do alright.

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I took the long road home learning web and desktop programming and dabbling with networking -- you can do that in your spare time while you focus on assembler, it isn't imperative that you put it off unless you've scheduled your objectives already. It's your life and your decision, do what you want


Please leave names like moron and numbskull to yourself... No one is a moron, assembly is a hard language to learn for some!


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