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  1. Introduction to RISC Assembly Language Programming by John Waldron, 1998-10-21
  2. Using Assembly Language (Programming Series) by Allen L. Wyatt, 1992-03
  3. The Art of Assembly Language Programming, Vax-11 by James F. Peters, 1985-06
  4. Introduction to Assembly Language Programming: From 8086 to Pentium Processors (Undergraduate Texts in Computer Science) by Sivarama P. Dandamudi, 2000-10-06
  5. Amiga Assembly Language Programming by Jake Commander, 1988-01-01
  6. Linux Assembly Language Programming by Bob Neveln, 2000-07-30
  7. Assembly Language Programming for the IBM Systems 360 and 370 for OS and DOS by Michael D Kudlick, 1983
  8. Assembly Language Programming for Intel Processors Family by Vasile Lungu, 2005-07-01
  9. 68000 Assembly Language Programming: A Structural Approach by J. Michael Bennett, 1987-01
  10. 80386/80286 Assembly Language Programming by William H. Murray, Chris H. Pappas, 1986-06
  11. Structured Programming in Assembly Language for the IBM PC and PS/2 by William C. Runnion, 1994-08-25
  12. 8086/88 Assembly Language Programming by Leo Scanlon, 2000-02
  13. Z-80 Assembly Language Programming by Lance A. Leventhal, 1979-05-01
  14. Machine and Assembly Language Programming of the Pdp-11 by Arthur Gill, 1983-03

21. Introduction To RISC Assembly Language Programming
Preface to Introduction to RISC assembly language programming. Assembly languageprogramming is usually considered an arcane and complex discipline.
Preface to Introduction to RISC Assembly Language Programming
This book is based on a one semester introductory computer architecture course for first year computing students in the School of Computer Applications, Dublin City University using SPIM , a virtual machine that runs programs for the MIPS R2000/R3000 computers. The architecture of the MIPS is an ideal example of a simple, clean RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) machine, which makes it easy to learn and understand. The processor contains thirty two general-purpose registers and a well-designed instruction set. The existence of a simulator for the processor greatly simplifies the development and debugging of assembly language programs. For these reasons, MIPS is the preferred choice for teaching computer architecture in the 2000s, just as the Motorola 68000 was during the 1980s. The book is associated with automatic program testing system MIPSMARK which allows a lecturer to set assembly language programming questions and collect and mark the assignments automatically, or a reader to test a MIPS assembly language program against several different cases and determine if it works, as described in Appendix A. The exam system is written as a collection on Unix C shell scripts. If the instructor or student does not wish to adopt this learning approach, the text book can be used in a traditional manner. A student who can write an assembly language program which converts a number to an ASCII string in hexadecimal format under exam conditions has demonstrated a thorough understanding of all the principles of introductory computer architecture. There is little point in describing concepts such as pipelining, delayed branches of advanced compiler topics to students who are not yet familiar with simple program loops.

22. André Schoorl's Home Page
HP48 calculator programs. The interests here are programs and related items for system RPL and assembly language programming as well as symbolic math.
Publications CEng 420 Public Key Recent history
I was born and raised in Victoria, B.C., Canada. I am an alumni from Electrical Engineering at the University of Victoria . I recently taught CEng 420: Artificial Intelligence . My master's thesis involved research in mobile computing in the Laboratory for Parallel and Intelligent Systems . Specifically, investigating ways of supporting client mobility and fault tolerance in a distributed network data system. Here are my and publications Here are some of the programs, documents, and links I provide and/or maintain:

23. Assembly Language Programming
Assembly Language. 80x86. This page has had visitors. Note If you are interestedin learning about assembly language, see Randall Hyde's Web Server. .
Assembly Language
This page has had visitors.
Note: If you are interested in learning about assembly language, see "Randall Hyde's Web Server."
I've moved all my assembly language related stuff over there. Randall Hyde's Assembly Language Page on Randall Hyde's Web Server is now located at Take me there now! Last Modified: 08:03pm , October 25, 1996

24. AsmSource : Assembly Language Programming : Windows (32-bit) - Harder
Windows (32bit) Assembly Language Programs. Here are some exampleprograms that I have written, as I learn windows programming.
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AsmSource : Assembly Language Programming
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Windows (32-bit) Assembly Language Programs
Here are some example programs that I have written, as I learn windows programming. They are relatively complex and illustrate some useful functions. Feel free to download these programs, and their source code. For more simple programs, go to the simple page . If you want to alter and compile the code, you will need a compiler, such as the one on the utilities page. You can download the zip files, which contains the Asm source file, plus the executable, and information on how to compile it. Or you may view the Asm file. If you have any problems, you can email me at NetLoad v0.7 Program that displays the net load in a graph, within a small window. Includes a menu to change the options. Similar to dumeter program, but not quite so many functions yet. (Project Info)
Download Zip File (43,466 bytes)

25. ARM Assembly Language Programming
ARM assembly language programming. Introduction. This page is the portal to a webbasedversion of my 1987 book, ARM assembly language programming (AALP).

26. Rohit's Homepage
Software, tutorials, manuals related to linux, networking, and assembly language programming.
home ideas links project ... contact
.:: Hi and Welcome HOMEPAGES result from a global conspiracy to waste human time. Millions of man-hours are spent creating configurations of dipoles that together with whole lotta other stuff make things appear on screens, and almost always make no sense (Steve, you listening?). Obviously, homepages don't existonly the process of navigating to them forces them to appear. "Observations not only disturb what is to be measured, they produce it...We compel the particle to take a definite position" [quoted by Griffiths (as a quote of Jordon) from Mermin]. Regardless of its existence, though, you have arrived here. If you think you exist, leave a permanent mark on this site. Permanent, cause I won't erase it. .:: The ritual begins ACCORDING to the homepage-ritual, you must learn something about me before you leave. I am a big fan of Enigma, and I also listen to Deep Forest, Robert Miles, Vanessa Mae, and Yanni. Other bands come and go on my list. My favourite books are: sci-fi: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, 2001 a Space Odyssey, 1984. Not so favorites include Jurassic Park, The Lost World, and the list goes on ...

27. ARM Assembly Language Programming

28. PC Assembly Language
Oklahoma for 10 years. During this time I taught an introductory coursein PC assembly language programming. I grew frustrated at
Home Programming Personal Email me ... FAQ PC Assembly Language
Welcome to my PC Assembly Page
I taught Computer Science at the University of Central Oklahoma for 10 years. During this time I taught an introductory course in PC Assembly Language programming. I grew frustrated at teaching 16-bit real mode programming and decided to change to 32-bit protected mode. However, I soon ran into a problem. I could not find a textbook that covered 32-bit protected mode assembly programming! So, I decided to write my own. I also did not want students to have to go out and buy expensive software for the course. I decided to base the course on the free NASM (Netwide Assembler) and the free GNU gcc compiler (however, any 32-bit C compiler would work). Another advantage of these choices was that students could use Windows Linux or FreeBSD to develop on. (In fact, I use Linux for my main development platform.) Over one summer I wrote this textbook and developed the examples using LaTeX . I made a feeble attempt to get the book published and then decided to publish it myself online for free. Why? To return something back to the developer community. I have used many open source products and wanted to make a modest contribution of my own.

29. Planet PDF - Art Of Assembly Language
A textbook on machine organzation and assembly language programming developed byRandy Hyde for the CS 264 (assembly language programming) at Cal Poly Pomona

30. SPARC Architecture, Assembly Language Programming And C, 2/E
SPARC Architecture, assembly language programming, and C SECOND EDITIONby RICHARD P. PAUL University of Pennsylvania. SPARC architecture
SPARC Architecture,
Assembly Language Programming,
and C

University of Pennsylvania
SPARC architecture is covered in this book from a programmer's perspective, making use of UNIX tools(the macro processor; the as assembler; the gnu emacs editor; and the gdb debugger). Introductory material includes a formal definition of the von Neumann machine, its relationship to programmable calculators, and to the JAVA bytecode and JAVA virtual machine. The text is organized to allow readers to start programming in SPARC assembly language by the end of the Second Chapter. Frequent reference is made to C and C++ language constructs and their translation into SPARC assembly language. Chapters on control constructs, arrays, and structures give the reader an understanding of the complexity and cost of using various data and control structures in high-level languages. Chapters on floating point, traps, memory management, and other architectures provide optional course material. All necessary reference material, including the SPARC instruction set, is provided in the appendices. The text is suitable for a one semester introductory course on computer architecture. It is also suitable for programmers who will be programming SPARC architecture machine in languages such as C and C++ and have concerns with computational efficiency.

31. Assembly Tutorial
An extensive tutorial on assembly language programming with language instructions, interruptions and file managing, macros and procedures, and program examples.
Assembly Language Tutor:
Converted to HTML by: Cameron Buschardt University of Guadalajara
Information Sistems General Coordination.
Culture and Entertainment Web
June 12th 1995
This is an introduction for people who want to programming in assembler language.
Assembler Tutorial
1996 Edition
Table of Contents
1 Introduction

2 Basic Concepts
3 Assembler programming 4 Assembler language instructions ... 7 Program examples 1 Introduction Table of contents 1.1 What's new in the Assembler material 1.2 Presentation 1.3 Why learn Assembler language 1.4 We need your opinion 1.1 What's new in the Assembler material After of one year that we've released the first Assembler material on-line. We've received a lot of e-mail where each people talk about different aspects about this material. We've tried to put these comments and suggestions in this update assembler material. We hope that this new Assembler material release reach to all people that they interest to learn the most important language for IBM PC. In this new assembler release includes: A complete chapter about how to use debug program More example of the assembler material Each section of this assembler material includes a link file to Free On-line of Computing by Dennis Howe Finally, a search engine to look for any topic or item related with this updated material.

32. X86 Assembly Language Programming
Chapter 29 x86 assembly language programming. Whiz Kid Technomagic. 29.1 Synopsis.assembly language programming under Unix is highly undocumented.
FreeBSD Developers' Handbook Prev Next
Chapter 29 x86 Assembly Language Programming
Table of Contents Synopsis The Tools System Calls Return Values ... Acknowledgements
This chapter was written by G. Adam Stanislav. Whiz Kid Technomagic
29.1 Synopsis
Assembly language programming under Unix is highly undocumented. It is generally assumed that no one would ever want to use it because various Unix systems run on different microprocessors, so everything should be written in C for portability. In reality, C portability is quite a myth. Even C programs need to be modified when ported from one Unix to another, regardless of what processor each runs on. Typically, such a program is full of conditional statements depending on the system it is compiled for. Even if we believe that all of Unix software should be written in C, or some other high-level language, we still need assembly language programmers: Who else would write the section of C library that accesses the kernel? In this chapter I will attempt to show you how you can use assembly language writing Unix programs, specifically under FreeBSD.

33. Whiz Kid Technomagic
assembly language programming for Windows. Source code samples included.
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Assembly Language source code download
If you are interested in assembly language programming for Windows 95, download from here. It illustrates how to write a dynamic link library in assembly language. ( Unix version also available.) Or download which contains a DLL (and ASM code) to determine whether a polygon is being drawn clockwise or counter-clockwise (quite important when interpreting PostScript fonts). With just slight modifications to the above DLL, we have with a DLL to determine whether a polygon is convex or concave. As usual, ASM source is included. Examine the source code in to see how to calculate the area of a polygon with just a few math coprocessor instructions. To get sample code for a full Windows 95 program in assembly language, download . It contains the code and executables for two similar but different programs, now in version This code teaches how to use the timer, process mouse input, create a memory bitmap, and copy a bitmap to Windows clipboard. Talking of copying a bitmap to the clipboard... Windows 95 comes with no utility to

34. Selected Books
Linux assembly language programming ISBN0130879401 Published 2000 Author Bob NevelnExplains all the key features of c86 assembly language in the context of


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Here you will find books that have been selected by us and by our users. Recommend a book Read Sample Chapters Linux Assembly Language Programming ISBN: Published: Author: Bob Neveln Explains all the key features of c86 assembly language in the context of Linux operating system and the C language. Uses a step-by-step, one-concept-at-a-time coverage to help the user master essentials skills. CD-ROM includes the Open Source assembler NASM, edinas, and sample device drivers from the text. Softcover. ARM Architecture Reference Manual ISBN: Published: Author: Dave Jagger, David Seal About the ARM Architecture The ARM architecture is the industry's leading 16/32-bit embedded RISC processor solution. ARM Powered microprocessors are being routinely designed into a wider range of products than any other 32-bit processor. This wide applicability is made possible by the ARM architecture, resulting in optimal system solutions at the crossroads of high performance, low power consumption and low cost. ARM System-on-Chip Architecture ISBN: Published: Author: Stephen B. Furber, Steve B. Furber

35. Power Assembler
An IDE for assembly language programming for Windows. Shareware
product info screenshots demo order online support System requirements What is Power Assembler Power Assembler works with two most popular assemblers: Borland (Inprize) Turbo Assembler (version 4.0 and/or higher) and Microsoft Macro Assembler (version 6.14 and higher). Power Assembler IDE offers you a convenient and powerful editor autoindent, autosave, context menu, syntax highlight, saving files in rich text format and other useful features. Power Assembler interface can be configured for your convenience - just create your own toolbar buttons and background images and place them in toolbars folder. Toolbars may also be repositioned. Furthermore, Power Assembler provides a lot of such features as inspector (source code navigating and editing tool), code library (categorized storage for frequently used code structures), templates base (categorized storage for templates), set of tools (frequently used applications), and much more. You can also attach external assembly language help file. Power Run feature will translate, link and run your assembler application. All assembler and linker errors and warnings are displayed in errors window which allows to find it in source code with double click. Errors can be automatically translated to other languages.

36. Assembly - Internet Resources (assembly)
book assembly language programming (3rd Edition) assembly language programming forthe IBM / PC Family is an introductory Assembly language text written for
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80X86 IBM PC and Compatible Computers: Assembley Language, Design, and Interfacing
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING ON THE IBM PC, PS AND COMPATIBLES. Introduction to Computing. 1. The 80x86 Microprocessor. 2. Assembly Language Programming. 3. Arithmetic and Logic Instructions and Programs. 4. BIOS and DOS Programming in Assembly and C. 5. Macros and the Mouse. 6. Signed Numbers, Strings, and Tables.
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An Assembly Language Introduction to Computer Architecture: Using the Intel Pentium Assembly Language Programming is based on the pentium architecture. Students learn how computers work through a clear, generic presentation of a computer architecture; a departure from the traditional focus on a specific architecture. A computer's capabilities are introduced within the context of software, reinforcing the software focus of the text. 1999. preview:

37. 80x86 Assembly Language Programming Tutorial
80x86 assembly language programming Tutorial.
80x86 Assembly Language Programming Tutorial
  • Introduction
  • Acknowledgements and Credits
  • Introduction to 80x86 Assembly Programming
  • Organization of the 80x86 Microprocessor ...
  • Assembly Language Programs This set of pages is currently under development Last updated September 17, 1998
  • 38. - Applications In Music
    ASMGuru is a collection of 58 tutorials on Z80 assembly language programming for the Texas Instruments TI83 graphing calculator.

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    ASMGuru and AppGuru
    Program: ASMGuru ( Version 4.0
    Author: James Matthews.
    Requirements: Windows 95 for help file. Tutorials require a TI-83 calculator, Ti-GraphLink and TASM. Other programs may be required for specific tutorials. Download here ASMGuru is a collection of tutorials on Z80 assembly language programming for the Texas Instruments TI-83 graphing calculator. This page is up for all to download the tutorials (zipped up Windows 95 help format), and to read about any new additions or news pertaining to ASMGuru. Note that there is a TI-83 Plus version of ASMGuru, entitled AppGuru, that has been released as official Texas Instruments documentation. You can download the pre-release version of the file (Microsoft HTMLHelp) here
  • Applications in Gaming
  • Applications in the Military
  • Applications in Music ...
  • AISolutions
  • 39. Assembly Language Programming -Groovyweb Tutorials
    A challenge; Operating system programming; Programs that access hardware;Very fast programs Documents about Assembly language (On site) language programming

    40. Computers & Internet / Programming / Languages & Tools / Assembly Language Progr
    Booknews, Inc. Based completely on the Intel 80x86 processor family, this textaddresses the needs of a college course in assembly language programming.
    Home Programming Assembly Language Programming
    Assembly Language : Step-By-Step (Coriolis Group Book)
    by Jeff Duntemann
    Paperback - 448 pages
    (September 1992)
    Click here for more info
    Destined to become a classic, this book weaves a careful, patient explanation of assembly language instructions and programming methods with descriptions of the CPU and memory. Read more
    by Barry Kauler
    Paperback - 419 pages
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    Book Description
    Provides Windows programmers with details of and deep insights into the inner system functions of Microsoft Windows Essential for Win95 and other advanced Windows programmers Ideal for software developers who are moving applications from Windows 3.x t o Windows 95 Includes disk of example programs,... Read more Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers by Kip R. Irvine Prentice Hall Hardcover - 676 pages Click here for more info Booknews, Inc. Based completely on the Intel 80x86 processor family, this text addresses the needs of a college course in assembly language programming. Topics include the Processor Family Instruction set and its basic architecture; assembly language directives, macros, operators, and program structure;... Read more Building Your Own PC : Buying and Assembling With Confidence by Arnie Lee Abacus Software Paperback - 113 pages Reprint edition (September 1998) Click here for more info

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