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32/64-Bit 80x86 Assembly Language Architecture by James Leiterman

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Chapter 2. Coding Standards

I am not going to bore you to death with coding standards, as there are a multitude of books on the subject already and that is mostly not what this book is about. To become a better programmer, however, you should adopt and rigidly follow a set of coding standards.

I just said I was not going to bore you with coding standards, as this book is about assembly language programming, and this chapter is titled "Coding Standards"? What does one have to do with the other? One actually supports the other. You should have a proper development environment before attempting to write any assembly code in an attempt to make that development project better. If you have read this chapter in my vector book, you can skip to the next ...

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