This category holds links on Assembly languages that run on computers, PCs and otherwise, using Intel and compatible x86-based architecture central processor units: CPUs. Main members of the Intel x86 family: 8086, 8088, 80186, 80286, 80386, 80486, 80586 (Pentium), 80686 (Pentium II), 80786 (Pentium III), 80886 (Pentium 4), and more to come. Some x86 compatibles: AMD, Cyrix, Transmeta, Winchip, etc.
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For developers using assembler in Win32 environment. Includes message board, wiki book, and project hosting.
Assembler graphics and tracked music, links.
David Parker's Assembly Language Library
Free assembler and linker download links and install instructions. Assembly documentation, tips and tricks.
Dedicated Debugging Tool (DDT)
A full screen debugging tool, DDT captures the interrupt vectors and allows users to debug and alter the execution environment in a number of ways.
Hello, World program
Assembly Language for the IBM-PC
Assembly language programming under Unix in general, and FreeBSD in specific.
Intel Developer Home
Technical product specifications, documentation, support, tools. Almost all you need to know about Intel products.
Tutorials, downloads and links about programming assembly in windows, as well as a public snippet library.
A forum for MASM assembler language programmers.
A working development for 32-bit Microsoft assembler. It includes useful libraries, documentation and tutorials.
Paul Hsieh's x86 Assembly Language Page
Articles, optimization hints and algorithms, x86 related links.
A Typed Assembly Language for x86. Supports sums, arrays, references, recursive types, subtyping, type tagging, and modules.
Algebraic assembly language employing prefix, infix, and postfix notation. Assembler simplified. Biggest advance in low-level programming since Macro Assembler. All the control of assembler, with the ease-of-use and look-and-feel of high-level languages. Low cost.
Assembly language programming and HLA by Randall Hyde. Book homepages. Assembly language programming tools review. Articles and FAQ.
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