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win32 console print
Hey people, were going to make a simple windows application that writes "Hello, World" to the console window.
keep in mind that assembly has no knowledge of the print function, due to this we need to link to a C library that has the functions built in.

we start buy opening your favourite notepad software and copying the code that is below this text
        global  _main
        extern  _printf

        section .text
        push    message
        call    _printf
        add     esp, 4
        db      'Hello, World', 10, 0
we now save and name the file as 'helloworld.asm' (without the quotes)
next we open an nasm window and copy the code below in.

we link our code with the win32 library
nasm -fwin32 helloworld.asm
we then compile to an executable
gcc helloworld.obj
we then run the program
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