Re: Random Question... assembly lang. advice?
On Fri, 06 Oct 2000, John Travis wrote:
> I'm sorry for this and I will probably get flamed but all well. I have a
> question I have been meaning to ask someone, and I thought "what better place
> than a mailing list full of ingenious debian developers" (flattery does get
> you somewhere :-). Can anyone recommend a really good book for learning
> assembly language? I am currently taking a course in it and my proffesor
> doesn't go by our book at all. So I am looking for one that is as
> good/intuitive/interesting as assembly can be. I am not totally new to
> programming. I have taken some c/c++/data structures courses, but I have
> zero assembly experience. Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated.
Checking www.accu.org (association of C and C++ users) is probably a good idea,
especially if integrating assembly with C. They have lots of book reviews.