Assembly language programming for the 80386

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McGraw-Hill, 1990 - Computers - 388 pages
The authors provide a comprehensive guide to Assembly language for the Intel 8086 family through to 80386. The programmer reading this book will be able to write efficient assembly programs, understand extended and protected mode, and be familiar with Microsoft's Macro Assembler.

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The 80xxx Family Architecture
Programming Overview
Basic Data Movement

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