Assembly Language Programming for the Intel 80XXX Family
Considers assembly programming language for the entire 80XXX family and deals with such topics as how addresses are computed, what the linker and loader do and why the 80386 is a significant advance. It includes end-of-section exercises, program diagrams and examples of working programs.
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THE IBMXT AND THE 8086 MICROPROCESSOR FAMILY
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_DATA _TEXT arithmetic array ASCII assembly language binary block buffer BYTE PTR Chapter character code segment CODEVIEW command line computation console.mac contains coprocessor data segment decimal default defined descriptor device driver digits directive disk dword ENDIF ENDM ENDP error example execution Exercise EXTRN Figure flag format function global descriptor table handler high-level languages initialized input instruction int 21h integer interrupt interrupt handler jump keyboard LABEL load loop machine code macro MACRO HEADER MACRO NAME MASM memory microprocessor module mov ax mov ds MS-DOS multiple-precision multiplication offset operand operating system outAsc output parameters pointer procedure protected mode push ax reader requires screen Section segment register stack stored string task two's complement unsigned WORD PTR write zero