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How to write Assembly Language Code?

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Did any one tell me how to write assembly language code, and how to understand the forms of 0,1? 

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2 hours ago, stylebuzzer said:

Did any one tell me how to write assembly language code,

The easiest is to use inline assembler

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inline_assembler

inside of C/C++ code you use statement

__asm__ ( "code here" );

or

asm( "code here" );

2 hours ago, stylebuzzer said:

and how to understand the forms of 0,1?  

..you don't have to.. There are widely used mnemonics these days for several decades.

x86 instruction set you can see here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86_instruction_listings

Mnemonic is usually shortcut of full English sentence what does instruction e.g.

RCR = Rotate right (with carry)

 

Quick and easy way to learn assembler is to use Disassembly together with Debugging inside of Visual Studio (or Express). You can see C/C++ lines mixed with generated assembler code (equivalent of C/C++).

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56 minutes ago, Sensei said:

Quick and easy way to learn assembler is to use Disassembly together with Debugging inside of Visual Studio (or Express)

Note that Visual Studio Express has been replaced by the Community Edition of Visual Studio

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Just now, Strange said:

Note that Visual Studio Express has been replaced by the Community Edition of Visual Studio 

Yes.

..I am still using VS Express 2008, as it's simply faster..

For x64 compilation there can be used VS 2010, or specially modified VS 2008.

AFAICS, you can still download VS 2008 ISO from Microsoft website at this link:

https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=104679

 

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