Presented in this book is a comprehensive business-oriented approach to teaching assembly language programming on IBM and IBM-compatible computers, geared towards graduate and undergraduate students majoring in data processing or computer science. It also contains self- evaluation quizzes, chapter objectives, exercises and chapter summaries.
AN OVERVIEW OF ASSEMBLER LANGUAGE.
Introduction to Assembler Language Programming.
Numbering Systems and Data Representation.
Defining Storage Areas and Constants.
PROGRAMMING BUSINESS PROBLEMS IN ASSEMBLER LANGUAGE.
Compare Instructions for Data in Character Form.
Introduction to Decimal Arithmetic Instructions.
Print Options and Control Break Processing.
THE ASSEMBLY PROCESS AND DEBUGGING.
Understanding the Assembly Process.
REGISTERS AND BINARY OPERATIONS.
Binary Operations Using RX Format Instructions.
Register-to-Register Instructions (RR) and Additional RX Instructions.
Branching and Looping with Registers.
DEBUGGING ASSEMBLER PROGRAMS.
Using Instruction Formats and Interrupt Codes for Debugging Programs.
Series: Formerly 370/360, Assembler Language Programming
Number Of Pages: 768
Published: 24th January 1986
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 27.74 x 21.69
Weight (kg): 1.74
Edition Number: 2