is a working list of interesting sources I have found on the Web for Intel-based
Assembly language programming. If you know of a Web site not listed
here that should be included, please let
Turbo Assembler, by Tom Swan (Second Edition, 1995). Swan has an
engaging writing style and shows in-depth technical knowlege in his
many books on assembly language, C++, Java, and Delphi. I find his explanations
very easy to understand.
PC Assembly Language and Programming, by Peter Abel (Fifth edition,
2001). Popular college textbook, readable, used for many years. Very
nice reference information on 16-bit DOS and BIOS interrupts.
(Italian). 16 bit assembly sources of the DOS chess program Drago. The
sources range from the graphical interface (bitmap drawings, mouse handling,
three dimensional buttons...) to the chess-engine and more.