Good Assembly Books
Ive been traveling through the forest of assembly language for the last month or so and I was wondering if anyone knows of any good assembly books. Ive been looking around but it seems most assembly books are written for DOS/windows or 16bit real mode. I bought Assembly language for intel based computers from my university bookstore earlier this year, what a waste.
I do NOT want to learn MASM's stupid syntax, I want to learn assembly for intel machines with At&t or NASM syntax. Can anyone point me in that direction? A GOOD ASSEMBLY BOOK THAT:
1)Covers the intel x86 instruction set.
2)Uses At&t or intel syntax.
3)Covers 32bit Protected mode.
4)Goes into material at depth, and does not use HLA or any other high level corner cutting.
I don't mind driving to a university bookstore, as long as its under 200 miles from ST LOUIS, MO.
Any help appreciated!