I'm looking for a good Intel32 assembler book. Features:
o Minimal treatment of the old 16-bit stuff. Ideally
there wouldn't be a single occurrence of the dreaded
NEAR and FAR keywords.
o Comprehensive instruction descriptions.
o Descriptions of stack frame layouts and register-use
conventions of MSVC and gcc.
Basically, I want to be able to read the code. I don't need
to write it.
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