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Looking for Assembly books for Intel based PCs

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Assembly books?

Sorry wasn't sure if I should ask this here but seemed like right place.
Can anyone recommend a good book for learning assembly programming for Intel based PC's? Preferrably one that covers 32 bit protected mode.
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Re: Assembly books?

Thanks for the link, I'll give it a good read. I was looking at the book:
80X86 IBM PC and Compatible Computers: Assembly Language, Design, and Interfacing Volumes I & II 4th edition. I've heard good things about it but it's very expensive, If anyone has read it could you tell me if its worth the cost? I'm looking for something very thorough so that I have a good understanding of the hardware and how to interface to it.
 

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