Daily Archives: September 18, 2016

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Intro to x86 Assembly with FASM – Part 2

Our little program from the last article was sufficient enough to explain the most important players like Stack, Registers, MOV & PUSH but in the end we didn’t have anything working “for real”. Computer programs should do meaningful things. It doesn’t have to be a 3D graphics or some complex math but at least some kind of result should be given back to the user. Of course, we’re dealing with Assembly here so there’s actually no shortcut to some nice ‘Hello World’ output messages like in other languages. Many tutorials & books on Assembly start with lots of information about […]