Assembly Language Programming Tutorial – 9 – Directives

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Rasim from Rasmurtech.com give us another tutorial on Assembly Language Programming . In this tutorial he talks about Directives.

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jeancam Girard says:

your videos are nice, why not make larger one?

Kiki Karypidou says:

What exactly is EAX register? I mean whats makes this register different from other registers?

Cecil Oduro-Nyarko says:

God bless you man truly helpful from Kwame Nkrumah University, Ghana.

Muhammed Genco says:

Thank you very much … from Istanbul University of Turkey

Shuvo Sarker says:

Why is it so necessary to move something to CPU register?

RANJAN MEHTA says:

nice video.plz speak slolwly so that i can understand better.

Anwarul Kaium says:

hi Rasim I am at very beggining stage of learning Assembly language.
is directive(DWORD) kind of data type we use in high-level language (e.g C)? and is this a keyword in assembly language ? for example if you define DWORD it will recognize as for double word only by assembler. I found in other book that DD is using to deinfe as for double word. are they same to recogniseable by the assemble r? or they are just like a variable we can declare anything? thanks

Nguyen TrexSpectre says:

I’m from Vietnamese, your videos are great! thank you so much

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