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how can i learn Assembly language?


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yes can  learn assembly langueage


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yes can  learn assembly langueage

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Learning assembly language is not very easy, but it is really helpful when deconstructing programs. The first step in learning assembly is to learn some of the most common registers used such as ax, bx etc, arithmetic such as ADD, and flow control such as JE, JZ, JMP etc. After that, look at some examples because programming in assembly is much different than modern programming languages as you have to control memory a lot and move through statements using jmp, which is not necessary in modern languages. 

 

Edit: here is a pretty good tutorial to learn those things

http://0xax.blogspot...bly-part-1.html


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how can i learn Assembly language?

 

I would recommend you try search x8086 8bits and 16bits unsigned assembly instructions for the sake of simplicity and kick start. But you must have background knowledge of programming skill, more or less as "Introduction to Programming" of any modern language, perhaps Basic, C, Pascal, Java or C++. Although deep knowledge is not required, BUT basic understanding of using programming tools of writing program is a MUST, like flow chart, pseudo code or algorithm. Must understand the mechanism of flow control of the program. As assembly language is one of the language that starts program line 1 and can ends at line 0. 


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Learning assembly language is not very easy, but it is really helpful when deconstructing programs. The first step in learning assembly is to learn some of the most common registers used such as ax, bx etc, arithmetic such as ADD, and flow control such as JE, JZ, JMP etc. After that, look at some examples because programming in assembly is much different than modern programming languages as you have to control memory a lot and move through statements using jmp, which is not necessary in modern languages. 

 

Edit: here is a pretty good tutorial to learn those things

http://0xax.blogspot...bly-part-1.html


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Edit: here is a pretty good tutorial to learn those things


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