Assembly Language And Computer Architecture

aryan185

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Hi people,I really want to know about a good book on 8086 assembly language. A book which will make a dumbest person like me understand it and master it. I also want want to find a good book on computer architecure.I am in delhi and i am open for a person to teach me throughout the MCA course, i am willing to pay for it too. If anyone is interested please give me the contact details.Thanks
 

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^ are you on MCA correspondence course ?if you are on a regular MCA course then bestGuidance can be given by your Faculty .you need to put your details (with mail IDs)in your profile sothat intersted members cancontact you . Personal Messaging at presentis not allowed for a newbie . And it is not safeto post the contact details .
 

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Instead of looking for a book, try looking for a "problem" that you can solve with 8086 assembly. For example, try creating a TSR program that pressses F2 every 10 seconds so that you never loose your work while editing things in Turbo Pascal / C++.
 


aryan185

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I am doing my MCA from IGNOU, so clearly guidance is a big problem, since no regular study and faculty.people who are interested can contact me from my profile.
 

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^ if you need face to face teaching then contact a MCA completedperson / senior near you . The councellor at your IGNOU study center can guide you . And you may advertise for a MCA tutor inLocal News Papers . ______________________________________________________[OT] I'd suggest to remove your mail ID at the above post and put it in your profile .
 

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Never thought some one in this forum would be interested in assembly language. If some one is interested, these are the things you need to write a working win32 program in assembly language:

1. masm32.com -
Microsoft Macro Assembler and Linker. Even MSVS2005 uses this (one linker to link them all).

2. Iczelion's Win32 Assembly Homepage -
The one who taught me assembly language, and taught it well.

3. WinAsm Studio, The Assembly IDE - Free Downloads, Source Code -
For the beginner and the nerd; an IDE to help you write assembly programs, assemble it and link it.

4. Intel® 64 and IA-32 Architectures Software Developer's Manuals -
Detailed information on every instruction supported by every x86/x64 intel processor ever released. You can write your own assembler/ disassembler using this information (and some information on the Microsoft PE/COFF formats).

5. OllyDbg v1.10 -
The best 32-bit debugger on the planet (C/ C++ programmers, go away).

6. DataRescue Home Page : home of the IDA Pro Disassembler and of PhotoRescue -
The best disassembler on the planet. Demo version is available which is more than enough for normal use.

You don't need anything else.
 


max

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dear house, clearly you've missed the date of this thread. Its MORE THAN A YEAR OLD :p
 

ques4ques

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First read GAONKAR's book on microprocessor(8085).You can then go for Doughlas Hall's microprocessor- TATA MC GRAW HILL.Brey's microprocessor book from PRENTICE HALL INDIA is also good.All these are printed in india n so cost is ok
 

rachit_1804

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the thread starter ashish has posted only twice & that too in this thread so i think he must have stopped visiting this site.anyways but @topic i studied 8086 from john uffenbeck (hope the spelling is right) & i found it to be very good& for assembly programming masm (refer gregory house's post)
 

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