This text offers comprehensive coverage of the assembly language used by the Intel family of microprocessors. Intel microprocessors can be used in a wide range of applications in electronics, communications, control systems and desktop computer systems. Instructions for each family member are compared and contrasted with the 8086/8088, and the text builds on a foundation in real-mode programming - compatible with all Intel versions. It explains the programming and operation of the accompanying numeric co-processor (8087, 80287, 80387 and 80487). Programming applications in each chapter illustrate ways in which chapter concepts are actually used in industry, business and personal computing. Three appendices provide: a complete listing of DOS INT 21H function calls, along with many BIOS function calls; a complete listing of the instruction set for the Intel family; and answers to even-numbered questions in the text.
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