first is a programmers heaven, look under the file link
second is infoseeks channel
third is an excellant site for assebly tuts (where I started)
The search engines have great channels and can bring info galore
>Matt D K wrote:
>> There's some really good tuts on the web, just use your search
>> you would like I can give you some links. The tutorials are a great
>> source for beginners.
>Please let us know where the links are .
>> Matt K
>> On Wed, 30 Sep 1998 18:06:28 GMT Reginald Neale <.....nealeKILLspam@spam@SERVTECH.COM>
>> >Myke asked:
>> >>Just on this, does anybody know of any good relatively recent (say
>> >1990 or
>> >>later) books on PC assembly language programming? The ones that I
>> >have are
>> >>all circa 1985 and no longer available (ie out of print). It's a
>> >question I
>> >>got asked often and I haven't got a good answer for it.
>> >Using Assembly Language, 3rd Edition, Allen L. Wyatt Sr., 1992 QUE
>> >ISBN 0-88022-884-9
>> >Can't give you an opinion on this based on personal experience.
>> >on my bookshelf as a result of a book sale.
>> >Reg Neale
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