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Introduction to x86 assembly, part 1: MOVing numbers around

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  1. Akir
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    There is another video series covering 6502 assembly with commodore computers, aimed at making games. It's called Nybbles and Bytes - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4hnwmds9vAIJICAieAUEZA

    There is another video series covering 6502 assembly with commodore computers, aimed at making games. It's called Nybbles and Bytes - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4hnwmds9vAIJICAieAUEZA

    4 votes
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    Apos
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    This is a new video series to learn assembly. It's made by the creator of FASM (flat assembler). Part two is already out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIqkE8OYF6w

    This is a new video series to learn assembly. It's made by the creator of FASM (flat assembler).

    Part two is already out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIqkE8OYF6w

    3 votes
  3. [2]
    Grzmot
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    Considering how barren the internet is when it comes to resources for Assembly (that aren't straight up technical specifications), this is a nice series of videos. Definitely going to help any CS...

    Considering how barren the internet is when it comes to resources for Assembly (that aren't straight up technical specifications), this is a nice series of videos. Definitely going to help any CS student.

    2 votes
    1. Apos
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      Indeed! I'm really liking the pacing.

      Indeed! I'm really liking the pacing.

      1 vote