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#31 Blueline  Icon User is offline

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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 19 December 2010 - 05:19 AM

View Postnathanpc, on 18 December 2010 - 03:00 PM, said:

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View PostNickDMax, on 13 May 2009 - 11:26 AM, said:

Who out there is an assembly language enthusiast/programmer?


Hi, I'm sure nobody cares....but...I can help with assembler on anything from an IBM/360 up to today's z/Architecture machines.

Hi to all the assembly and assembler coders.

Of course we care! Start by replying some questions here and helping people :)


Then throw my name up in the first post and start asking questions ;) I haven't found any questions at all about code in my environment!
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 19 December 2010 - 07:04 AM

You can start discussions about your architecture here at this forum, so other people can discuss. You don't need to reply a question or make them :)
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 19 December 2010 - 07:35 AM

I've just updated the list. The users that were added:

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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 07 February 2011 - 08:17 PM

x86 asm for Linux, NASM, basics of x64

<3 assembly

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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 26 May 2011 - 12:27 PM

Hey, picked up assembly about a year ago. At first I only intended to understand it so I could understand what makes the pc tick but as I started to learn the syntax etc... I really started to enjoy coding in assembler and from the simple hello world String output, now attempting to code fully fledged applications with a GUI in NASM.

I mainly code assembly with NASM for x86

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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 29 May 2011 - 02:40 PM

I'm epic failing the LC-3 right now if you wanna add me. :|
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 01 June 2011 - 11:51 AM

Added v0rtex
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 01 June 2011 - 12:32 PM

Psh, whatevs. Hater.
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 30 July 2011 - 11:14 PM

Hmm, let's get a MASM user in that list... me
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 01 October 2011 - 11:33 AM

i am fairly good with x86 assembly. i learned it by writing an 8086 PC emulator in C. i had to learn all the instructions, how they work, and how they are represented in raw bytecode to make it work. before that, i didn't really know much of anything about assembly. the last pure asm program i wrote is a TCP/IP stack for DOS that works as a TSR.
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 19 January 2012 - 01:30 PM

I prefer using NASM to compile my assembly "code".

Besides, many tell they started programming around 1975 or 1992.
I wasn't even born then! :P

I started "programming" around 2007 (PHP/JS), real programming languages around 2009 (C/C++/Java) and now I started with ASM.
So apparently I started programming in the "wrong" order, perhaps because I'm born in the period computers were coming up.
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 08 July 2012 - 01:22 PM

x86 Assembly 16 & 32 bit
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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 26 September 2012 - 05:04 AM

View PostNickDMax, on 13 May 2009 - 12:26 PM, said:

Who out there is an assembly language enthusiast/programmer?

Please respond with the platform(s) you know:
    User Name.....................Platform(s)
  • born2c0de.............16/32/64-bit 80x86, IBM 360, 8051, Disassembly and Reversing
  • NickDMax...............IAx86 16/32/64 -- 6800 emulator
  • no2pencil...............x86, some bootloader experience, MASM, Nasm, very little 6502
  • Kanvus..................Disassembly (Olly or IDA)
  • Louisda16th...........8051/8086
  • chris772.................x86 asm for Linux/GCC
  • Dantheman.............x86 16/32 bit, NASM,MIPS 32 bit
  • wildgoose...............80x86, 16/32/64-bit, MASM, MIPS, PowerPC, PIC 18F, Rabbit, Z80, 6502, and a few 'rusty' others.
  • nathanpc.................x86, some experience in bootloaders, ARM, MIPS, z80 and 6502
  • Martyn.Rae..............Z80, DEC PDP-11, Univac 1100 series, V77, 68000, 8086, x86, & x64
  • searching4indy..........Some MIPS knowledge
  • GenHornet18..........x86, some experience in bootloaders
  • johnmatthais......... Experience on 6502
  • theifyppl..................Some experience with x86(AT&T syntax)
  • KD8COO..................8088, iAPX286, 80386, i486, some driver and UltraSPARC experience
  • Z80.........................z80, x86, 6502, 6510, 8510, TI ez430, PIC
  • Blueline.....................From IBM/360 up to z/Architecture
  • CodeFace................Linux x86 asm, NASM, BSD x64
  • v0rtex.....................x86 and NASM
  • ishkabible................x86 with NASM and FASM
  • GunnerInc.............. x86 Win32 Assembly (MASM, FASM, NASM)
  • RobertoSpartan.......... x86-64 programming (NASM mostly on Linux)

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Re: Assembly Language Programmers

Posted 20 January 2014 - 01:33 AM

I've done little this and that during a long period from about 1983 to this day (still learning).
I'm not really expert in any assembly, but to some extent, I know about:
ARM, MIPS, SPARC, PDP-11, VAX-11, MIL-STD-1750A, 6502, 6800, 6809, 680x0, PowerPC, 8085, x86, 8031, z80 and C6000.
The newer "architectures" are MARIE, LMC and LC-3.
Maybe some others too, that I don't remember right now.
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