Assembly Language has ratings and 11 reviews. James said: Where the Cool Kids ProgramA long time ago, in a basement far far away, I was sitting in. Assembly language: step-by-step / Jeff Duntemann. p. cm. Includes index. ISBN (paper: alk. paper) 1. Assembler language (Computer program. Assembly is the fundamental language bridging human ideas and the pure silicon hearts of computers, and popular author Jeff Dunteman retains his distinctive.
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Assembly Language: Step-By-Step by Jeff Duntemann
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Return to Book Page. Preview — Assembly Language by Jeff Duntemann. Begins with the most fundamental, plain-English concepts and everyday analogies progressing to very sophisticated assembly principles and practices. Gives readers the foundation necessary to create their own executable assembly Begins with the most fundamental, plain-English concepts and everyday analogies progressing to very sophisticated assembly principles and practices.
Gives readers the foundation necessary to create their own executable assembly language programs. dujtemann
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Where the Cool Kids Program A long time ago, in a basement far far away, I was sitting in front of a long-suffering television set, banging away on a Commodore 64, trying to dive beyond BASIC programming to assemlby the cool kids played, down below the user interface, down in assmebly guts of the machine itself.
Stripped of the training wheels, you could write programs on that ancient machine that would fly. The cool kids wrote programs in assembly language. But I never got there. By the time I Where the Cool Kids Program A long time ago, in a basement far far away, I was sitting in front duntemahn a long-suffering television set, banging away on a Commodore 64, trying to dive beyond BASIC programming to where the cool kids played, down below the user interface, down in the guts of duntemannn machine itself.
By the time I hit college, they didn’t teach it anymore, and gradually, I moved past duntemmann to other programming, and ultimately to more satisfying careers doing other things. But I never forgot.
I’ve read and enjoyed his science fiction, and he’s blurbed mine, and to disclaim a moment, I know him well enough that he wouldn’t let me pay for my copy of this new, near total rewrite of his classic text on the matter. I knew if anyone could explain assembly to me, it would be him, but I still expected to hit the point where my eyes glazed over and I didn’t care anymore.
Instead, by five chapters into the book, I had refreshed my knowledge of binary and hexadecimal assebmly. I’d looked into computer architecture to a depth I never reached before, and begun to understand, really understand the true center of assembly programming, the addressing of memory. And it’s not like it was dkntemann the days when I tried to learn assembly before. Modern operating systems treat memory differently, and it’s this new, more complex memory mapping that I understand now.
Even after 30 years in and around the computing industry, this book taught me things I didn’t know about what computing is, when dkntemann the familiar abstractions are stripped away and the bare code is exposed.
I can’t wait to go further. Thirty years later, that geeky kid in the basement who assemvly get it, finally gets it. If you want to get it, if you want to program where the cool kids program, if you want to understand how that machine on your desk really works, you want, you need, you must have this book.
Assembly Language: Step-By-Step
You won’t regret it. Very good book to learn Assembly. I learned quite a bit! The two links given for downloading the author’s listings for the book on page are both dead not a surprise for the book being 10 years old. The listing ZIP is available on the author’s main page here: Jan 03, Dawid Kowalski rated it it was amazing.
First technical book I ever read and that was when I was in high school and that left me with great memories. I remember that I literally reread chapter after chapter until I understood deeply every single assrmbly.
That gave me a solid foundation for my dkntemann career and great understanding how things really work down there. Concepts like pointers to the memory that my colleges were struggling with were crystal clear to me thanks to this book. After finishing it I was able to write quite a big pro First technical book I ever read and that was when I was in high school and that left me with great memories.
After finishing it I was able to write quite a big project at that time – it was a sort of a clone of Norton Commander – much simpler but with basic functionality – and written in pure Assembly. Boy I was proud: This is a great book for people who want to understand what is going on behind the curtain deep inside the computer.
After reading this one would be able to write articulate complex assembly programs for the 32 bit processor. It is really a step by step guide taking you form binary math and computer architecture and instructions and data structures, explaining every little detail along the way. The reading is not very easy but remember assembly language is considered not a very accessible one.
This book best for one who has some little experience around 6 months in programming and curious to know how that program is working at machine level in CPU. This book is story book to me which beginners can enjoy more: May 17, Bradley rated it really liked it. This guy is clever. The book is very organized and it’s almost the only perfect reference for Linux lovers to learn Assembly language.
This is the best book out there for those who want to understand Assembly Language, save my life in duntemanb Assembly Language class. Feb 06, Davem2 rated it it was amazing. Great wssembly on the foundations of programming. Gets at the nuts and aassembly of how software works at the lowest level.
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