Assembly Language Programming and the IBM 360 and 370 Computers
Introduction to computing; Binary arithmetic and the 360 control unit; Introduction to programming; Using the registers; Program and job structure; The memory; Using the memory; Machine language: memory addresses; Branching and loop control; Character manipulation; Machine language and the program status word; Program debugging and testing; Subroutine linkage; Bit manipulation; Data forms and conversion; Decimal arithmetic; Input / Output programming; Macro programming and control of the assembler; Floating-point arithmetic; Fancy instructions.
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INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
USING THE REGISTERS
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