Sorry if I sounds mad...I have a some knowledge in c++ programing language. But I have been wondering if I can learn assembly language so that I can play with my pc as I like by programing it, creating DOS like programs and so on...but in my research I came to know assembly language differs from system to system . If it is so how can i learn assembly language . And plz tell me if I am on the right path in programing . Plz help
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Assembly programming is rarely needed these days. My last assembler coding was over 20 years ago, to write a device driver for a real-time operating system. These days, you don't often need assembler to do that, with a few exceptions. 98% or more of the Linux kernel is in C, …
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I agree with rubberman that you don't really need to know assembly these days for most tasks. There are still some dark corners in which you will find assembly code, which mostly include very low-level pieces of things like operating systems or compilers, very critical functions that need nano-optimization (i.e., …
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