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MASM Tutorial Follow this tutorial step by step: - You can use almost any text editor to create an assembly program. In this example, we will use Microsoft’s EDIT. Type “edit example1.asm” on the command prompt and enter the text of the program. Save the file by “Alt-F”,”Alt+S”. Exit “Alt-F”,“Alt-X” - Compile and link the assembly file by issuing “ml /Zi example1.asm”
- Now let’s start and configure the Code View debugger. o Type “cv example1.exe’ at the command prompt.Enter “Alt-W” and make sure that you have the following windows on the screen: ƒ Code1 ƒ Registers ƒ Memory 1 Press “Alt-F5” to arrange the windows on the screen. - Set the options. “Alt-O” -> Preferences. Set the options as shown and click “ok”.
- Again, “Alt-O” -> “Source 1 window” - “Alt-O” - >”Memory 1 window” The configuration is now complete.
- Let’s look at the program.

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