Anyone knowing a good online asambler tutorial for newbies?

It must be hardware based, and the best would be, if it was a tut. to a microprocessor

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what micro ?
Your have a choice of many.
(asking this questions is a good way to get good arguments going as everyone has their own favourite).
For starters(the more common)
pic from microchip, avr from Atmel, msp430 from TI, 8051's from many vendors(Atmel, intel, winbond, cygnal, siemiens, philips),
http://www.dontronics.com/auto.html
few links in alphabetical order (google should find you many others)
AVR www.avrfreaks.com register its free then go to academy and get the beginners guides and articles.
pic many tutorials on the web. If possible start with 16F877, 16f628 or 16f88. Or one of the 18f series pics www.piclist.com http://www.winpicprog.co.uk/pic_tutorial.htm http://www.rentron.com/pic.htm http://www.myke.com /
see if you can get your hands on a copy of Programming and Customising Pic microcontrollers by Mike Predko
any of the square one pic books.
msp430 I haven't used any of these
8051 www.8052.com look at the tutorials. http://www.8052.com/tutorial.phtml http://www.rentron.com/8051.htm http://www.dontronics.com/vicuni.html some nice projects with code
others Z80 from zilog
motorola 68HC xx 68H05
arm (32 bit) newer philips LPC210x chips
for some cheap pic , avr and 8051 boards www.futurlec.com http://www.futurlec.com/DevelopmentBoards.html http://www.futurlec.com/BasicControllers.html
Alex
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