See my wiki.
It sounds like you are just starting out by your post, are you? If so, I strongly suggest learning another language first.
Although it is certainly worth learning assembly at some point, I agree with LaRoza that assembly isn't a language you would start with to learn programming. Languages like Python are much more suited for that.
Assembly is also inherently non-portable, if you want to do low-level things and still write more-or-less portable code, C would be a better choice.
To learn to program you will need to understand control-flow, data structures and algorithms, all of these can be learned using assembly (I did on my C64) but higher-level languages make learning these thing much easier and pleasant.
"When in doubt, use brute force."
-- Ken Thompson
What version of IE are you using? I didn't write the page in HTML, I wrote it in completely standards compliant XHTML and it is being served with the MIMI type application/xhtml+xml
My site is in PHP. The extensions don't matter, only the MIMI type.
Last edited by LaRoza; January 28th, 2008 at 08:06 AM.