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Hi,

I am just finishing up a semester at Uni that touched on Assembly with the LC-3 (Limited to around 16 instructions).

I would like to look more into assembly. Specifically getting a better grasp on assembly opcodes (their purpose), and how they map to HL processes. As opcodes like ROR etc (any many many more) were not covered in my studies.

I am interested in the Intel chips and also the ARM chips that are in iPhones.

My Question - Out of all the books out there, which ones do you guys recommend?

Ok,.. thanks in advance for the advice.

Nate

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Hi,

I am just finishing up a semester at Uni that touched on Assembly with the LC-3 (Limited to around 16 instructions).

I would like to look more into assembly. Specifically getting a better grasp on assembly opcodes (their purpose), and how they map to HL processes. As opcodes like ROR etc (any many many more) were not covered in my studies.

I am interested in the Intel chips and also the ARM chips that are in iPhones.

My Question - Out of all the books out there, which ones do you guys recommend?

Ok,.. thanks in advance for the advice.

Nate

http://www.duntemann.com/assembly.htm

http://nostarch.com/assembly2.htm
http://webster.cs.ucr.edu/AsmTools/HLA/index.html

Also, see these forum stickies:

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread41309.html

http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread67183.html

Nathan.

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