|ASM grammar email@example.com (1995-04-19)|
|ASM grammar John@nuldev.demon.co.uk (1995-04-27)|
|From:||John@nuldev.demon.co.uk (John Boyne)|
|Date:||Thu, 27 Apr 1995 22:38:34 GMT|
> could somebody help me find a 80x86 TASM/MASM-like grammar (Intel format,
> not AT&T)? Any BNF or derivative or similar format would be welcome, I need
> it only for documentation.
Not much help probably but:
There is a BNF like grammar (not totally complete) for TASM V 3.0 in
appendix B of the Turbo Assembler 3.0 user's guide from Borland.
I can't remember the exact title, or the authors names but I *do* remember
seeing a book with a BNF type grammar for MASM V5?
What I do recall is that the book was written by two authors with the same
surname, I think they were brothers. Surname possibly starting with K.
The book itself is available in both hard and paper back edititions. I think
the publisher is Microsoft Press. Yellow book cover.
Sorry I can't help more.
| Me: John Boyne
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