Introduction to Computing Systems: From Bits and Gates to C and Beyond, Volume 1
The reason most people do not understand their first programming language is because they are forced to memorize technical details. They do not understand the basic underpinnings. This book is based on the premise that starting with a high-level programming language has its shortcomings. This premise lead to Patt/Patel's "bottom-up approach" found in Introduction in Computing.
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Introduction to Computing Systems: From Bits and Gates to C and Beyond
Yale N. Patt,Sanjay J. Patel
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Introduction to Computing Systems: From Bits & Gates to C & Beyond
Yale Patt,Sanjay Patel
No preview available - 2003
16 bits 2’s complement activation record addressing mode algorithm ASCII code assembly language binary numbers byte calculate Chapter char character compiler condition codes contains CRTDR CRTSR data type debugging decimal number declared deﬁned device digit disk evaluates example executed FETCH Fibonacci ﬁeld ﬁle ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬂoating point ﬂow gate hexadecimal high-level language identiﬁed include stdio.h incremented initial input instruction cycle integer iteration KBDR keyboard language program latch LC-2 code LC-2 instruction loaded loop machine language memory location monitor N-type opcode operand operating system output pattem perform pointer preprocessor printf problem processor PUSH recursive represent representation result run-time stack scanf sequence service routine shown in Figure source operands speciﬁed statement stored string structure subroutine subtask symbol table transistor TRAP instruction truth table unsigned user program variable volts write