An introduction to assembly language programming for the 8086 family: a self-teaching guide

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Wiley, 1985 - Computers - 222 pages
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This hands-on guide helps develop programming skills on the 8086-based microcomputers. Introduces readers to assembly language programming through a comprehensive set of input/output procedures and useful subroutines for the most popular 8086-based operating systems. Covering fundamental data types, segmentation, assembler operation and modular programming, these routines let users apply assembly language ``shortcuts'' and programming techniques to specific applications. Offers a brief outline of the design of the l6-bit microprocessor and the architecture of the 8086 including the 80286 family of chips, presents the essentials on binary and hexadecimal numbers and shows how to write and execute a program. The complete instruction set is presented in the last nine chapters.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Microcomputer Architecture
15
Assembler Source Format
24
Copyright

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