Some comments about my assembly tutorial

"I'd like to say that you wrote one of the best assembler tutorials around."

"Bloody marvelous guide. Top notch stuff. It's really got me motivated to get back into low-level programming."

"Thanks for your introduction to 80x86 assembler. It was very useful."

"Thanks for a lovely assembly tutorial. Really good for beginners."

"Thanks for doing an excellent job."

"Just a word to say thank you for a very well done tutorial."

"It is the best assembly tutorial on the web. I think it is really great that you've done it. It helped me understand the books that I'm reading."

"I thought that the tutorial that you made was great and it has helped me a great deal in making my own program."

"I have downloaded and read through your tutorial. I will tell you that I have never seen assembly before in my life and I think your tutorial was very good at explaining assembly."

"I enjoyed your assembly tutorial very much. This was my base to learn assembler."

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"Having programed in C/C++, Delphi, VB, and various other languages and applications, I decided to finally explore assembly language. Somehow I managed to stumble across your page "Gavin's Guide to 80x86 Assembly." And found it perfect! [..] Your page is a perfect tutorial for novices like myself! We appreciate your work :)"

"I found your guide on the Internet and I appreciate it very much because it's written in a very simple way and it contains all the essentials."

"Just wanted to say thank you for writing that article on Assembler. I am a novice and had a really hard time (read that as failed) finding a book which did a good job introducing everything you need to get started and write a program which can interface with the user... This article is great! Thanks!"

"Thanks for pointing me [ to the tutorial ], and thanks a lot for doing those! I bought Step by Step assembly, but the author rambled on and on, and I never learned anything and was truly convinced that assembly wasn't worth learning. Your tutorials are short and to the point, I like them much more than the books I bought!"

"I just wanted to let you know that I found your Assembly language tutorial very helpful. I'm just starting to learn Assembly, and you really helped me out. I'm using A86 and the code examples you gave were just what I was looking for. Your tutorial gave me a good start, because any book I've looked at was too confusing."

"I just thought I'd drop you a note of thanks - over the last few weeks I've been searching for a good assembly tutorial, and yours (thankfully) is by far the best that I've found. Most of the tutorials I've found have left HUGE gaps of "assumed knowledge", which have left me to "experimenting" and finding out what does and doesn't work - for things as simple as how you define variables! But, I'd like to say that reading your FAQ was a delightful breather after delving through the aforementioned ones; it's been QUITE helpful."

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