Hard Copy of "The Art of Assembly Language"
Note: the 32-bit edition of this text is available in published form from No Starch Press:
Read the PDF Version of "Art of Assembly"
This is the preferred version of the DOS/16-bit edition of "The Art of Assembly Language Programming." The PDF version is not only formatted correctly, but it contains lots of additional information (e.g., the laboratory exercises) that is not present in the HTML edition.
Use this version if you want to make a printed copy of the text.
Because DOS is now almost 40 years old and no one uses it anymore, I have removed the on-line HTML version. Read the PDF version if you really want to see the DOS version of AoA.
Read the "Art of Assembly" Off-Line
Software Support for the "Art of Assembly Language"
Do keep in mind that there are lots of known errors in the text (this is especially true in chapters 12 and beyond, which don't get used much in assembly language courses). If something looks wrong, try it out. If it doesn't seem to work right, it may very well be broken. If you encounter such a problem, I will be more than happy to correct any misconceptions via email. Note, however, that many of the problems appearing in the DOS/16-bit edition have been fixed in the published edition. So you're probably better off reading the new editions if this is at all possible for you.
If you're more interested in leading edge material, you'll want to get a copy of The Art of Assembly Language from No Starch Press at http://www.nostarch.com.