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Hello,

I'm new to the forum. I studied x86 assembly about 25 years ago. I think we used a 8080 or 8086. It was all Dos back then, no Windows. Anyway, my career took me down another path and I would like to learn assembly again. My laptop and desktop are both AMD processors. I would like to pick up something cheap just to use for assembly. Your recommendations on which computer to look for would be most appreciated.

Thank you,
Doy123

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Frankly, the basics of it havent changed all that much since those days

MASM and NASM are the most used assemblers i think

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Frankly, the basics of it havent changed all that much since those days

MASM and NASM are the most used assemblers i think

Thanks for the quick reply jbennet. Would there be any benefit in choosing one Intel processor (286, 386, or Pentium) over another to study assembly language? Thanks.

Doy123

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Not really. The core stuff is the same, it only really makes a diffrence if you want to play around extensions like SSE and whatever

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