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Re: Assembly in Linux
- To: linux-india-programmers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: Assembly in Linux
- From: Syed Khader Vali <sid@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 25 Apr 2000 10:45:00 +0530
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- In-reply-to: "Rakesh Agarwal"'s message of "Tue, 25 Apr 2000 10:18:14 +0530"
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>>>>> "Rakesh" == Rakesh Agarwal <rakesh.agarwal@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
Rakesh> Hi, Can anyone provide me with links to online manuals,
Rakesh> tutorials for assembly language programming in Linux using
Rakesh> the "as" assembler.
Install nasm and it has good documentation also. Further more, you
could also check out the assembly HOWTO's for more information.
This is something about nasm.
Description: General-purpose x86 assembler
Netwide Assembler. NASM will currently output flat-form
binary files, a.out, COFF and ELF Unix object files, and
Microsoft 16-bit DOS and Win32 object files.
Also included is NDISASM, a prototype x86 binary-file
disassembler which uses the same instruction table as NASM.
Linux poses a real challenge for those with a taste for late-night
hacking (and/or conversations with God).
Syed Khader Vali (Siddiq) sid@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Debian GNU/Linux (Woody) http://www.sidcarter.com