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This particular section of the FAQ contains x86 assembly information specific to the Inprise's Borland Turbo assembler. This FAQ is posted monthly on or about the 21st of the month to both newsgroups and news. The following are the section filenames and the scope of each section of the FAQ. In general, the information contained in this portion of the FAQ is not specific to any particular assembler. The scope and content of this FAQ is to go beyond just answering the frequently asked questions. I am including pointers to assembly language treasure troves that are hidden on the Internet.

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Personally, I keep my development tools squeaky clean, meaning I hold valid licences for every tool I do development with. The last thing I want to have happen is to have some company lay claim to my intelectual property because I developed it with their stolen tools, hence they own it.

And there is nothing that has been so helpful to be next to Icz's tuts that taught me how to make MASM get up and rock and roll. So there is the dilemma. Microsoft owns the rights to a product the manuals they no longer sell, and I do not know of anything other then those manuals to recomend to people.

So I'm practical. I have no trouble directing someone to a site containing the electronic coppies, with the proviso that they BUY the dang things should they ever be available again. Would I post them on my site? Several of these being features that make programming to Win32 much easier, I regretfully had to go the MASM way rather than the Borland one.

Also around this time, Borland seemed to be going through an identity crisis. At least the database focus would seem to place Borland in a good position to aid the larger businesses that were forced to upgrade their "ancient" database technology in response to imminent Y2K problems. Perhaps even more importantly, "Enterprise" level databases were not already a market dominated by Microsoft. As part of the new company focus, Borland changed its name to Inprise on April 29, The employees were obviously fans of the vintage arcade classic "Rampage" where you control Godzilla-looking creatures to destroy cities.

Seattle where Microsoft is located and Borzilla eating Bill Gates. The remainder of the images and easter-egg details can be found in the TASM 5. As for the future of TASM, 5.

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Shortly after, the 5. The future for TASM TASM 5. Beyond this, Turbo Assembler was essentially a defunct product. All of these development environments, including the free trial versions, bundle a copy of TASM 5. The lack of keeping TASM current sent a clear message to the developer community that TASM was no longer a product being actively maintained and developed. Despite this, many stuck with TASM well into the turn of the century. If you don't require support for Ideal Mode, the assembler development community seems to recommend MASM the most as it supports all current instruction sets and its still being maintained by Microsoft.

The other open bug is in regards to a nested structure's member names clashing with the names of the structures themselves.

As you can tell, not a whole lot of activity going on here. The last version came out in and the original website is gone. The project appears to be dead. EXE embedded. Upon execution, it was claimed that it would extract TASM EXE to a temporary directory and execute it to perform the actual assembler work.

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Also around this time, Borland seemed to be going through an identity crisis. At least the database focus would seem to place Borland in a good position to aid the larger businesses that were forced to upgrade their "ancient" database technology in response to imminent Y2K problems. Perhaps even more importantly, "Enterprise" level databases were not already a market dominated by Microsoft. As part of the new company focus, Borland changed its name to Inprise on April 29, The employees were obviously fans of the vintage arcade classic "Rampage" where you control Godzilla-looking creatures to destroy cities.

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Seattle where Microsoft is located and Borzilla eating Bill Gates. The remainder of the images and easter-egg details can be found in the TASM 5. As for the future of TASM, 5. Shortly after, the 5. The future for TASM TASM 5.

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Beyond this, Turbo Assembler was essentially a defunct product. All of these development environments, including the free trial versions, bundle a copy of TASM 5. The lack of keeping TASM current sent a clear message to the developer community that TASM was no longer a product being actively maintained and developed.

Despite this, many stuck with TASM well into the turn of the century. If you don't require support for Ideal Mode, the assembler development community seems to recommend MASM the most as it supports all current instruction sets and its still being maintained by Microsoft. The other open bug is in regards to a nested structure's member names clashing with the names of the structures themselves.

As you can tell, not a whole lot of activity going on here.

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The last version came out in and the original website is gone. The project appears to be dead. EXE embedded. Upon execution, it was claimed that it would extract TASM EXE to a temporary directory and execute it to perform the actual assembler work. I have been able to verify this claim: PASM