Links to other pages
This list will contain any info we found on the web regarding assembler...
Be sure to check back.
Contents of this page
- This directory lists information about programs, home pages
and tutorials in the assembly field.
- Pobox provides you with an email and WWW forwarding service. You'll get a
livelong, short email and WWW address (like: TheGurus@pobox.com and
- Robert Collins
- X86 Monthly Digest
- Robert Collins is known for his knowledge of undocumented opcodes. Visit his site
and get information about these. Be sure to take a look at his huge book and
magazine articles list, too. He renamed his web pages due to some quarrels with
- Christian Ludloff
- Sandpile - x86 Informations
- Christian is known for his famous 4P Package. On his site he collected
all documented/undocumented stuff about x86 CPU's. He takes over from Robert
- Jannes Faber
- 80x86 Assembly pages - Main menu
- His page contains info about protected mode programming, lists
helpful applications, good books and some links to other pages...
- Raymond Moon
- MoonWare Home Page
- Ray Moon is the maintainer of the ASM FAQ. You will find the newest copy
of this FAQ on his site, along with a large link section to other ASM pages.
- Jim Neil
- TERSE Home Page
- Jim Neil is the inventor of TERSE, a new low-level programming language, which
can be freely mixed with assembler providing you with many new features. He plans to
build a TERSE version which allows you to mix C/C++ and Assembler freely.
- Ralf Brown
Ralf's home page
- Ralf is the maintainer of the interrupt list. This very huge list contains ALL known interrupts, both
from the PC system and the programs, even undocumented things are found in it.
- Frans' Decompiling & Disassembling Pgae
- Frans has build a huge list of all decompiling & disassembling products & programs
as well as some info about these topics.
- Fravias Decompiling & Reverse Pgae
- He has build a very good list of some underground links as well as topics
about cracking/hacking/reverse engineering and some WWW security stuff.
- Opcode list
- Processor Information Intel (Opcodes)
- All mnemonics up to 686 are listed with a short description
and their opcode.
- MMX list
- Processor Information Intel (MMX)
- All MMX mnemonics are listed with a short description and their opcode.
- Pentium optimization
- Agner Fog's Docu
- Agner Fog collected a lot of Pentium information around the Net and wrote
the interesting details in a much more understandable form than any other
source we found...
- Pentium timings
- John Allen's timing tables
- You will find here the timings for the normal instructions from the 8088 to the
80586 as well as these for the FPU instructions.
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Created on April 04, 1995 by Tels
- last update: January 12th, 1997