The primary focus of this book is to assist readers in learning assembly language programming. The text is designed to serve as both tutorial and reference, asking students to read through each chapter, key the many example progams, convert them to executable modules, and execute them. Coverage starts from scratch, discussing the simpler aspects of the hardware and the language, then introduces instructions as they are needed. The third edition reflects a considerable number of recent enhancements including, additional functions in more recent DOS versions; programming for mouse operations; features of the Intel 80486 and Pentium processors; upper memory area and high memory area; more recent assembler versions; and disk processing for DOS functions, the file allocation table, and random processing.
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