Assembly tutorial

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  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 1 - Installing MASM32 SDK
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 2 - Integer Constants
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 3 - Integer Expressions
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 4 - Real Number Constants
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 5 - Character Constants
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 6 - String Constants
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 7 - Reserved Words
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 8 - Identifiers
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 9 - Directives
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 10 - Directives - Part 2 - Defining Segments
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 11 - Instructions - Part 1 - Labels
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 12 - Instructions - Part 2 - Instructions Mnemonic
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 13 - Instructions - Part 3 - Operands
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 14 - Instructions - Part 4 - Comments
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 15 - Installing emu8086 and Printing Hello World!
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 16 - Simple Input and Output
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 17 - Registers
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 18 - ASCII Table and Simple Math
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 19 - Defining Data and Variables
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 20 - MOV Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 21 - Copying Smaller Values to Larger Ones
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 22 - INC and DEC Instructions
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 23 - ADD and SUB Instructions
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 24 - NEG Instruction and Two's Complement
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 25 - CPU Satus Flags
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 26 - JMP Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 27 - LOOP Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 28 - Nested Loops
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 29 - PUSH and POP Instructions
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 30 - PUSHF, POPF,PUSHFD and POPFD Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 31 - PUSHAD, PUSHA, POPAD and POPA
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 32 - Defining and Using Procedures, CALL and RET
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 33 - Nested Procedure Calls
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 34 - AND Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 35 - Or Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 36 - XOR Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 37 - NOT Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 38 - TEST Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 39 - CMP Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 40 - Conditional Jumps: Jc, Jnc, Jz and Jnz
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 41 - Jumps Based on Equality
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 42 - Jumps Based on Unsigned Comparisons
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 43 - LOOPZ Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 44 - LOOPE Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 45 - SHL Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 46 - SHR Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 47 - SAL Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 48 - SAR Instruction
  • WatchAssembly Language Programming Tutorial - 49 - MUL Instruction

Assembly language is a low-level programming language for a computer or other programmable device specific to a particular computer architecture in contrast to most high-level programming languages, which are generally portable across multiple systems. Assembly language is converted into executable machine code by a utility program referred to as an assembler like NASM, MASM, etc.

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