32bit Assembly Quick Start using Visual Studio and MASM on Windows



Describes howto use nmake and MS Visual Studio to create, compile, and debug programs written in assembly language for masm on x86. Serves as a solid introduction to microsoft makefiles and assembly programming. It is intended to get developers with other programming experience up and running quickly. It is perfect as a first assembly lesson in a college computer architecture or assembly course.

Table of Contents

1. Legal Notices
1.1. License
1.2. Notices and Acknowledgements
2. Introduction
3. Requirements
4. Creating your project
5. Compiling your project
6. Debugging your project
7. Conclusion
8. References