Assembly Language Primer for the IBM PC and XT

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New American Library, 1984 - Science - 501 pages
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Assembly language and debug; Instant program; What is assembly language? Inside DOS - the disk operating system; Introduction to the IBM MACRO assembler; Using the IBM MACRO assembler; Memory segmentation and EXE files; Inside the ROM; Monochrome and color graphics; Reading and writing disk files.

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I don't remember when I read this exactly. Sometime when I was a teenager. Hard to wrap my head around at first but very useful when I "got it". Although it was old it was still relevant to my '486 ... Read full review

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Contents

Assembly Language and Debug
13
Instant Program
29
What Is Assembly Language?
51
Copyright

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About the author (1984)

Robert Lafore has been writing books about computer programming since 1982. His best- selling titles include Assembly Language Programming for the IBM PC, C Programming Using Turbo C++, C++ Interactive Course, and Data Structures and Algorithms in Java. Mr. Lafore holds degrees in mathematics and electrical engineering, and has been active in programming since the days of the PDP-5, when 4K of main memory was considered luxurious. His interests include hiking, windsurfing, and recreational mathematics.

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