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Praised by experts for its clarity and topical breadth, this visually appealing, comprehensive source on PCs uses an easy-to-understand, step-by-step approach to teaching the fundamentals of 80x86 assembly language programming and PC architecture. This edition has been updated to include coverage of the latest 64-bit microprocessor from Intel and AMD, the multi core features of the new 64-bit microprocessors, and programming devices via USB ports. Offering readers a fun, hands-on learning experience, the text uses the Debug utility to show what action the instruction performs, then provides a sample program to show its application. Reinforcing concepts with numerous examples and review questions, its oversized pages delve into dozens of related subjects, including DOS memory map, BIOS, microprocessor architecture, supporting chips, buses, interfacing techniques, system programming, memory hierarchy, DOS memory management, tables of instruction timings, hard disk characteristics, and more.For learners ready to master PC system programming.
Table of Contents
|Assembly Language Programming on the IBM PC, PS and Compatibles Introduction to Computing|
|The 80x86 Microprocessor|
|Assembly Language Programming|
|Arithmetic and Logic Instructions and Programs|
|BIOS and DOS Programming in Assembly and C|
|Macros and the Mouse|
|Signed Numbers, Strings, and Tables|
|Modules; Modular and C Programming|
|32-Bit Programming for 386 and 486 Machines|
|Design and Interfacing of the IBM PC, PS and Compatibles|
|8088/86 Microprocessors and Supporting Chips|
|80286 Microprocessor and Supporting Chips|
|Memory and Memory Interfacing|
|I/0, 8255 and Device Interfacing|
|8253/54 Timer and Music|
|Interrupts and the 8259 Chip|
|Direct Memory Accessing; the 8237 DMA Chip|
|Video and Video Adapters|
|Serial Data Communication and the 16550/8250/51 Chips|
|Keyboard and Printer Interfacing|
|Floppy Disks, Hard Disks, and Files|
|The 80x87 Math Coprocessor|
|386 Microprocessor: Real vs|
|High-Speed Memory Interfacing and Cache|
|486, Pentium, Pentium Pro and MMX|
|MS DOS Structure, TSR, and Device Drivers|
|MS DOS Memory Management|
|IC Technology and System Design|
|ISA, EISA, MCA, Local, and PCI BUS|
|Programming DOS, BIOS, Hardware with C/C++|
|80x86 Instructions and Timing|
|Assembler Directives and Naming Rules|
|DOS Interrupt 21H and 33H Listing|
|I/O Address Maps|
|IBM PC/PS BIOS Data Area|
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