Writing MS Windows Programs in ASM
How leave, push, return # affect the stack
Intel@ Code: 16bit, 32bit, win32
Dreaden made these files for the Kabal and myself when we were just learning. These files go over some of the basic concepts of assembler. Bonus of bonuses. These files also have programs imbedded in them. Most of them have a ton of comments so even beginners should be able to figure them out.
Hello: I just wish to inform you that at least 5 links above are broken. Please check them. Probably some of those web sites are no longer extant. Regards AlbertoJames Newton replies: Thanks for letting me know... I'll add that to my "to-do" list... which currently has spots available sometime in 2050...
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