Alpha RISC Architecture for Programmers
With Alpha RISC Architecture for Programmers, you can master the fundamentals of computer architecture and assembly language programming in the context of one of the world's most advanced high-performance processors: the 64-bit Alpha. The book introduces assemblers, debuggers, instruction formats, addressing, branch instructions, logical operations, and many other key fundamentals of processor architecture. It delivers real-world guidance for solving practical programming problems - along with extensive runnable sample code.
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Computer Structures and the Alpha
The Program Assembler and Debugger
Alpha Instruction Formats and Addressing
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