Assembly language programming in unix environment
John D Lamb
J.D.Lamb at btinternet.com
Mon Sep 21 19:29:11 UTC 2009
On Mon, 2009-09-21 at 08:05 -0400, Fred Roller wrote:
> Linux Assembly Language Programming
> By: BOB NEVELN
> Publisher: Prentice Hall
> Pub. Date: 2000/07/20
> Perhaps this would be helpful in your search.
:-) This is back on topic. I don’t care whether it’s a good idea to use
assembly or not. The great thing about Ubuntu is that you have the right
to use it if that’s what you want.
I prefer Richard Blum’s Professional Assembly Language, Wrox, which
covers more and covers embedding assembly in gcc.
I have a copy of Neveln I don’t need. If you want something just to get
started, send me a postal address and if I can post it at reasonable
cost I’ll send it free.
Both books cover intel/amd chips. Blum’s covers some of the SIMD
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