This tutorial covers the most commonly used instructions, some of the macros in MASM, and rules on local memory and optimization that make life so much easier for the Assembler developer.
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Learn to use the basic instructions involved in Assembler. You'll discover how to push, pop, and stack as well how to use registers and parameterized functions.
Dismiss your misgivings about Assembler and discover that, actually, it's not difficult to use. Learn what Assembly Language is, how its tools can greatly simplify the authoring of Assembler, and how to integrate these with Visual Studio. In fact, you will see how to write and compile files containing assembly language using Visual C++.