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1 19th June 17:56
dahrkon
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Ok it's me again. I want to learn assembler from the ground up. I
know how a computer works. i.e. (bin,hex,blah,blah). Right now I'm
using NASM for linux i have others but this one seems to be the one i
like. I've been to all the sights everyone has posted. I will not
take info for any type of windows. I am using the 8086 instruction
set. (but once you learn one the others will be easy to learn).. That
enough info?
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2 19th June 17:56
tim roberts
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If you're writing for Linux, then you're using the 80386 instruction set.
Unless you use a DOS emulator (of which there are several), Linux programs
are always 32-bit.
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- Tim Roberts, timr@probo.com
Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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3 19th June 17:57
dahrkon
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"If you're writing for Linux, then you're using the 80386 instruction set."
Sorry I meant 80x86
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