Assembly Language Sources

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This 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 me know.

Favorite Assembly Language Books:

Non-English Web Sites:

linformatica (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.

Cool Web Sites:

Linux Sources:

Newsgroups and Online Magazines:

On-Line Tutorials:

16-bit DOS Assembly Programming:

32-bit Assembly Programming:

Manuals and Reference Information:

Shells and Integrated Development Environments:


Source Code and Utilities: