NGASM 8086/8088 Assembler description
A tool that simplifies learning the Assembly Language
NGASM 8086/8088 Assembler is a handy utility that was designed in order to simplify learning the Assembly Language.
7000-line long Programmer's Manual describes 8086/8088 Instruction Set like never before. Better than your best Assembly Language teacher / book. Our TSR's assembled using NGASM 8086/8088 Assembler continue to run on WINDOWS XP too!
Here are some key features of "NGASM 8086/8088 Assembler":
· Creates the executable as a .COM file.
· Very easy to learn.
· Uses only 5 most often used Assembler Directives and only 10 most often used Assembler Operators. (This sets a new standard in reducing barriers for new comers to absolute minimum).
· Easy enough and powerful enough to create a new assembler. Actually, NGASM 8086/8088 Assembler version 1.3 was assembled using a previous version, version 1.2, of itself !
· The INCLUDE Directive (apart from the 5 abovesaid directives) helps keep generic code in separate file/files and INCLUDE it/them wherever necessary.
· Assembles multiple files.
· A comprehensive programmer's manual (7000 lines long) describes 8086/8088 Instruction Set like never before. Every Instruction has Code example(s).
· Gets you started on Terminate and Stay Resident (TSR) programs and Debugging from Day One.
· Learning Assembly Language is now as easy as learning to drive a car on a football ground. Children can do it.
· Excellent for starters and those who have to learn Assembly Language all by themselves.
· Excellent for those who gave up learning Assembly Language in the past.
· You can save on an Assembly Language book for the 8086/8088 microprocessor. It may be noted that code written for the 8086/8088 microprocessors runs on even the latest x86 compatible microprocessors like MediaGX, K6, K7, Athlon, Via, and Pentium family of microprocessors and all other compatible microprocessors.
· You can write anything Ralf Brown's Interrupt List makes you feel like writing (up to WINDOWS 98SE you can write anything including TSR programs).
· Your last chance to learning to debug a C program (.EXE) using any Assembler Debugger.
· You can learn to exploit the INT 3 Instruction to visually land straight on the code you want to debug while inside the debugger.
· Unrestricted software.
· Ihar Areshchankau of Belarus says "NGASM 8086/8088 Assembler v1.3 is a good addition to DEBUG.EXE on anyone's Resque Disk". Think about that.