Randall Hyde maintains perhaps the most popular site related to ASM. The UCR Standard library is available there, along with lots of other info on programming in ASM for MS-DOS, 16 bit or 32 bit Windows and now Linux. His "Art of Assembly Language" Tutorial is invaluable for all skill levels. He has also developed HLA - "High Level Assembly Language" this site is a must.
Randall Hyde's Web site - webster.cs.ucr.edu
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