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    where can i find an Assembler IDE?
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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    i'm sorry, but do you know an other not dependent of Visual Studio?
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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    Visual Studio Code isn't technically Visual Studio anyway, is there a reason you don't want to use it or Visual Studio? Other than that it might just be worth having a look on google....

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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    ok. i will try it. i did several search on google and without luck even with Turbo Assembler
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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    now i need more 2 things:
    1 - can you give me a "hello world" porgram for i test it?
    2 - i need a tutorial for learn Assembler. my problem is that i'm very confused, the code is different from OS to OS and the CPU can too be different. can you advice me?
    (i'm installing it for then i test it)
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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    In all honesty I haven't touched assembler code in probably over 20 years so I might not be the best person to ask...

    If you are writing assembler code then you will definitely need to know what CPU architecture you are targeting, assembler code is pretty much the direct instruction set built into the CPU. If you haven't done any assembler before then you really need to decide what you want to learn... X86 or X64 are the typical Intel / AMD architectures but there is a whole range of alternatives for different hardware platforms.

    A "Hello World" is going to be radically different depending on the chipset etc, also depending on a windows, linux etc. you will have very different code.

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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    IDE Assembler :

    http://www.visualmasm.com/

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    ok.. i understand these is a Masm Assembly and i use Windows. but where can i find the right tutorial?
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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    Read books assembler X86 and use an emulator for simulation registers :

    Emulator X86 32 bits (with source code for VS 2008/2010):

    https://code.google.com/archive/p/cs...eter/downloads

    Open csharp-x86-assembly-interpreter\bin\Interpreter.exe

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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    i'm sorry but we are speaking about Visual Masm... the Masm Assembly
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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    It would help if you told us exactly what you are trying to do.

    Are you looking at x86, x64 or some other CPU? Are you looking at windows, linux or something else?

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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    "It would help if you told us exactly what you are trying to do."
    to be honest i don't know what to say.

    "Are you looking at x86, x64 or some other CPU? Are you looking at windows, linux or something else?"
    i use Windows. it's 64bits.. theres more 32 bits too.
    so in these case it's better be x86.
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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    Visual MASM is an IDE for develop in assembler, it works like every IDE
    and does not need any tutorial, just write its assembly program compatible MASM, compilation and debugging.

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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    i need 1 correction: Masm is compatible with Nasm?
    yes i have found these tutorial: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/assem...ment_setup.htm
    but it's Nasm
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    Re: where can i find an Assembler IDE?

    yes theres some differences.
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