Introduction to Computer Systems: Analysis, Design, and Applications
This primer on understanding computers comprises an introduction to computer architecture, assembly language programming, data structures, and the C programming language. Offers a hands-on approach, supported by a wealth of illustrative examples. Provides managers with the information-systems background they need, covering systems-level architecture and the nature of software and programming languages.
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The IBM Personal Computer
Hands on the Computer
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algorithm architecture arithmetic array ASCII assembly language binary numbers BIOS bitwise operators block bubble sort bytes called chapter char character chip circuits compiler contains DEBUG decimal numbers declared defined device disk display dummy equation error example execution function gram hardware hexadecimal high-level language IBM-PC initial input/output instruction integer interrupt keyboard loop machine language magnetic mantissa memory address memory location microprogram MS-DOS negative numbers number of bits number system obtain offset operating system p r i n t f perform pixels pointer prints problem processor puter random access memory referred represent representation result screen segment sequence shell sort shown in Figure simple sort algorithm specific stack statement storage stored string structure subroutine subtraction symbols tion Turbo Pascal variable word write written zero