The overall aim of this book is to gain an appreciation of the impact of computer architecture on software. The authors do not aim to teach assembler programming as yet another programming language. This is because very few applications need to be programmed in assembler, and therefore, few people program in assembler directly. Instead they focus on the programming concepts behind assembler language in general and the 68000 series in particular. What the reader should gain as a result of following this book is an understanding of what is in a modern computer, and how its various resources are used to implement programs written in modern programming languages. To this end the authors show how data objects of various kinds are represented in the machine. and how some of the basic features of programs written in PASCAL, LISP and PROLOG are mapped onto the computers resources.
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