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LLDB apart of the LLVM toolchain, is another debugger option.
Robby
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Thanks I'll be referring to this when I finally get off my bum.
Reki
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Thanks for this. This should help me a lot in the classes I'm taking right now.
Evolution
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There is also YASM the rewrite of NASM which supports both Intel and AT&T syntax.
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bottomy
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(28-07-2012, 11:40 PM)Evolution Wrote: There is also YASM the rewrite of NASM which supports both Intel and AT&T syntax.

That's the same with GAS too (so OP could be updated for these), you just need to use a directive to switch between Intel and AT&T (with AT&T being the default syntax).
DotDev
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Since the sources are no longer here

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ModernC http://a.pomf.se/khmame.pdf
O'Reilly - Practical C Programming http://a.pomf.se/nswovm.pdf
Programming_in_C,_3rd_Edition http://a.pomf.se/mszjuk.pdf
The C Programming Language - 2nd edition http://a.pomf.se/rzwojp.pdf

I'll Post C++ pdfs when I find my folder
Webtm
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You can also get a lot of them over at www.ebooks-it.org !
cjm
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K&R is the way to go.
xero
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(27-05-2015, 04:58 PM)Webtm Wrote: You can also get a lot of them over at www.ebooks-it.org !
that or it-ebooks.info
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(29-05-2015, 01:11 PM)xero Wrote: that or it-ebooks.info
Sweet, I didn't know about that.