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Brey has created a very practical reference text for anyone interested in assembly language programming and, more specifically, the configuration and programming of the Intel-based personal computer. Coverage includes both a concise presentation of assembly language programming for the beginner and a complete study of advanced topics not found in any other text.
|Publisher:||Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference|
|Product dimensions:||7.73(w) x 9.56(h) x 1.46(d)|
Table of Contents1. Introduction to the Microprocessor and Personal Computer.
2. Disks, DOS, and Batch Files.
3. WINDOWS and Configuring WINDOWS.
4. The Microprocessor and its Architecture.
5. Addressing Modes.
6. Data Movement Instructions.
7. Arithmetic and Logic Instructions.
8. Program Control Instructions.
9. Keyboard/Display DOS and BIOS Functions.
10. Conditional Assembly and Video Display.
11. Disk Memory Functions and the Mouse.
12. Interrupt Hooks and the TSR.
13. The Arithmetic Coprocessor.
14. Advanced Assembly Language Techniques.
Appendix A: The Assembler, Disk Operating System, Basic I/O System, Mouse, and Memory Managers.
Appendix B: Instruction Set Summary.
Appendix C: Flag-Bit Changes.
Appendix D: Answers to Selected Even-Numbered Questions and Problems.