Using assembly language

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Que Corporation, 1992 - Computers - 1126 pages
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The revised edition to cover the most recent releases of both Microsoft's Macros Assembler and Borland's Turbo Assembler. Written from a programmer's perspective, this power-packed text explains how to use the most popular assemblers, linkers, and debuggers. Includes a comprehensive reference section.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Fundamentals
6
Assembly Language
11
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Allen Wyatt, an internationally recognized expert in small computer systems, is president of Discovery Computing, Inc., a computer and publishing services company located in Mesa, Arizona. He has worked in the computer and publishing industries for almost two decades, writing more than 50 books and numerous magazine articles. Allen's popular lectures and seminars have reached audiences throughout the United States, as well as throughout Mexico and Costa Rica.
Besides writing books and technical materials, Allen helps further the computer book industry by providing consulting, production, and project management services. He publishes two free weekly newsletters, WordTips and ExcelTips (www.VitalNews.com).
Allen can be reached by e-mail at awyatt@dcomp.com.

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