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Friday, January 16, 2009

Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers (4th Edition) By Kip R. Irvine

Designed for students and professionals interested in learning the basics of operating systems and architecture in the context of a microprocessor. Irvine shows how to approach programming problems with a machine-level mindset. Readers will benefit most if they have already learned a high-level language such as C, Delphi, or Java.

Software: Includes a full professional version of Mcft Assembler 6.11 (MASM). Also supplied are a large link library of console I/O routines, and a custom-designed programming editor from which you can assemble, link, and debug programs.

Examples: Over 50 complete example programs are supplied, including protected-mode subroutines that link to Mcft Visual C and Borland C.

Topics: Binary and hexadecimal tutorials, hardware and software architecture, instruction set fundamentals, procedures and interrupts, stack parameters, conditional processing, logic structures, integer arithmetic, structures and macros, numeric conversions and libraries, strings and arrays, disk storage, finite state machines, low-level disk I/O, hardware port I/O, linking to C programs, memory-resident programs, and floating-point instructions.–This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the Back Cover:
This text is designed for students and professionals interested in learning the basics of operating systems, architecture, and programming in the context of a microprocessor. In his eagerly anticipated fourth edition, Kip Irvine concentrates on the combined Windows/MS-DOS operating system and thoroughly covers 32-bit assembly language applications for Intel-based computers.
Focusing on how to approach programming problems with a machine-level mindset, Assembly Language for Intel(r)-Based Computers includes the following features:
Detailed tutorials on numbering systems and data storage fundamentals.
All programs tested with the Mcft(r) MASM 6.15(tm) assembler.
Inline assembly code, as well as linking assembly language to C/C in both Real and Protected modes.
Extensive instruction set reference that includes instruction formats and CPU flag usage.
Interrupt vectoring and device I/O.

CD-ROM that includes the full professional version of the Mcft(r) MASM 6.15(tm) Assembly Language Development System, a programmer’s editor, a macro library, and the book’s source code.

New to the fourth edition:
  1. Win32 programming, including the console API and a graphical application.
  2. Expanded coverage of procedures, recursion, stack parameters, structures, and unions.
  3. Boolean expressions, truth tables, and flowcharts.
  4. Basic string handling, sorting and searching algorithms.
  5. Bit-mapped graphics in both Real and Protected modes.
  6. IEEE floating-point binary representation.
  7. Virtual machine architecture; IA-32 Protected mode segmentation and paging.
  8. Introductory explanations of the instruction execution cycle, memory I/O, multitasking, pipelining, and superscalar architecture.
  9. Disk fundamentals, including disk geometry, FAT32 and NTFS file structures.

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