[Gllug] Assembly book recommendations?

Pete Ryland pdr at pdr.cx
Tue Apr 2 21:46:45 UTC 2002

On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 10:28:40PM +0100, Pete Ryland wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 09:51:59 +0100, tet at accucard.com wrote:
> > Does anyone have any recommendations for decent books on Intel
> > assembly language? I'm a reasonably cometent assembly language
> > programmer, just not in x86...
> intel's 80386 manual is actually pretty well written and served me quite
> well for many years.  I'd say the successor chip manuals are likely to be as
> good, although if you're not interested in MMX, or SSE, etc then the 80386
> manual should be ample.

One thing to note, however, is that GNU x86 is different to "standard" x86

e.g. in the manual it will say:


but in GNU x86 assembler, it will be more like:

move #0x46, %eax


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