Assembly Language: Step-By-Step

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Wiley, Oct 6, 1992 - Computers - 448 pages
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Begins with the most fundamental, plain-English concepts and everyday analogies progressing to very sophisticated assembly principles and practices. Examples are based on the 8086/8088 chips but all code is usable with the entire Intel 80X86 family of microprocessors. Covers both TASM and MASM. Gives readers the foundation necessary to create their own executable assembly language programs.

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Great information on the foundations of programming. Gets at the nuts and bolts of how software works at the lowest level. Read full review

About the author (1992)

JEFF DUNTEMANN is the Editor-in-Chief of Visual Developer magazine, former editor of Turbo Technix and PC Techniques, the "Structured Programming"columnist for Dr. Dobb's Journal, and has written and edited more than twenty programming books.

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