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Principles of Assembly Language Programming By David Krus
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During the transition from the mainframe to the personal computers, the programmers faced several challenging tasks which, at that time, were not possible to solve within the context of higher-level... More > programming languages. Among them were that the input to a mainframe computer was not by using a CRT the monitor, by via a punched tape or a stack of punched cards. Another major problem was the formatting of output from compilers which could parse commands for control of line printers, but not for the control of laser printers. These tasks required the use of the assembly langue libraries, one of which, included in the Microsoft reference manual for its programming languages and used, among others, by programmers at NASA, U.S. Navy, and Armco Corporation, is described in this book.< Less
Applied Assembly Language By Alexander Obrzut
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Applied Assembly Language is a book full of source code, and cuts straight to the chase for binary tree algorithms.
PC Assembly Language By Paul Carter
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Tutorial on 32-bit protected mode assembly programming on the x86. Uses the free NASM assembler. Assumes knowledge of C programming
PC Assembly Language By Paul Carter
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Tutorial on 32-bit protected mode assembly programming on the x86. Uses the free NASM assembler. Assumes knowledge of C programming
PC Assembly Language By James Johnson
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Programming Microcontrollers using Assembly Language By Chuck Baird
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This book guides the reader through the ins and outs of learning to program microcontrollers using assembly language. It is simple enough for beginners, but will challenge experienced programmers.... More > The book's content is available here, and an additional chapter here. It features the Atmel AVR Butterfly board, a stand alone $20 microcontroller with an LCD display, joystick, speaker, RS-232,light and temperature sensors, and more. It is an ideal controller for many robotics and embedded projects. Topics are illustrated by fully coded and commented programs with detailed explanations of their design and function. All necessary support software and documentation for programming the Butterfly, including all source code in the book, is available for download free on the internet.< Less
HX ASSEMBLER - natural language programming By andrew hennessey
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This is a Logic programming language based in sentential calculus very similar to PROLOG but with further inclusions of power law relationships similar to Ohms law in electricity which here serves as... More > a model for a natural and universal law of transference. These transference events have models in; Cosmology, Biology, Electricity, Chemistry, Psychology, Electromagnetics, human language. With further R&D HX Assembler version 1 could easily become the operating platform that enables the birth of Artificial General Intelligence. ie. fully executive, domain independent robotics. HX is the natural and logical language of the Universe. For example: The Benefits of HX Assembler are: 1. data and data structures are portable between domains. 2. adaptable, universal model or expert shell for use in many applications. 3. the Knowledge Representation System enables a unified approach to semiotics and artificial consciousness.< Less
ARM Assembly Language - an Introduction (Second Edition) By J.R. Gibson
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The ARM core is the most widely used embedded central processing unit, CPU, incorporated in programmed electronic devices. Millions of products with one or more ARM cores are sold every day. ARM... More > cores are so widely used that ARM is frequently chosen as the CPU example for in electronic engineering and other computer courses. This is an introductory text describing the ARM assembly language and its use for simple programming tasks. The text assumes that the reader has never written programs using any assembly language. Features of ARM that differ from those of other common CPUs, especially those used in embedded systems, are emphasised so this provides an introduction to ARM programming for professionals using ARM devices for the first time.< Less
Principles of Computer Organization and Assembly Language By mikkel schilling larsen
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This book got its start as an experiment in modern technology. When I started teaching at my present university (1998), the organization and architecture course focused on the 8088 running... More > MS-DOS—essentially a programming environment as old as the sophomores taking the class. (This temporal freezing is unfortunately fairly common; when I took the same class during my undergraduate days, the computer whose architecture I studied was only two years younger than I was.) The fundamental problem is that the modern Pentium 4 chip isn’t a particularly good teaching architecture; it incorporates all the functionality of the twenty-year-old 8088, including its limitations, and then provides complex workarounds. Because of this complexity issue, it is difficult to explain the workings of the Pentium 4 without detailed reference to long outdated chip sets.< Less
Assembly Lines: The Complete Book By Roger Wagner
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LARGE PRINT edition. Roger Wagner’s Assembly Lines articles originally appeared in Softalk magazine from October 1980 to June 1983. The first fifteen articles were reprinted in 1982 in... More > Assembly Lines: The Book. Now, for the first time, all thirty-three articles are available in one complete volume. This edition also contains all of the appendices from the original book as well as new appendices on the 65C02, zero-page memory usage, and a beginner’s guide to using the Merlin Assembler. The book is designed for students of all ages: the nostalgic programmer enjoying the retro revolution, the newcomer interested in learning low-level assembly coding, or the embedded systems developer using the latest 65C02 chips from Western Design Center. Note: This is the LARGE PRINT edition.< Less

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