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Win32 Programming in NASM – Part II

Introduction In Part 1 of this series, we proceeded from a simple, console-based "Hello, World" to a gui-based version where we directly call Win32 functions from NASM. In that section, we postponed discussing a few important things, like calling convention. We will look at that in depth in this second part. C calling ASM, Please Respond … Continue reading Win32 Programming in NASM – Part II

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Win32 Programming in NASM – Part I

Introduction Before telling you what this post is, let me tell you what this is not: It is not a step-by-step guide to Assembly language programming. It is not a step-by-step guide to Win32 programming. It is not a replacement for the official NASM documentation. It is not a replacement for the official GCC documentation. … Continue reading Win32 Programming in NASM – Part I