I was just curious as to where I can find any good Assembly Language compilers on the net or elsewhere.
Thanks in advance,
Did you try a Google Search??? ;)
Well, you didn't specify for what CPU/platform you need the assembler for [x86, MIPS, 68K, SPARC, ARM/XScale, PowerPC, etc -- DOS, Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, etc], so I will simply assume the most likely -- x86/Windows.
These days, almost ALL assemblers (and associated tools and even online books) are free [unless otherwise noted below] and have a sizable following of an active, helpful community. The following list is not exhaustive, but is what I consider to be the "good" Assembly Language Compilers and associated links.
Well in windows you can go to your computer properties and go to your device manager. In your device manger find the processor and right click and go to properties, and then go to details and that is where you can find out what type of processor you have. I think it is different in other machines. I think most newer models are x86's.