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Introduction to 80x86 Assembly Language and Computer Architecture, Third Edition, is an independent publication and has not been authorized, sponsored. Thoroughly revised and updated throughout, the Second Edition of Introduction to 80x86 Assembly Language and Computer Architecture provides students with . Introduction to 80x86 Assembly Language and Computer Architecture [Richard C . Detmer] on tauneagmaivise.ml *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Revised.

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Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention assembly language anyone interested high level well written want to learn bought this book assembly instructions book is an excellent good book book is a great class detmer subject chapters course computer introduction knowledge learning architecture. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. If all you're looking for is a no fuss book on how to code in x86 Assembly, then this book's for you. I have looked through other x86 books that spend too much time focusing on hardware, assembly translations and mathematics instead of focusing on how to code.

Most chapters are concise and stay on-topic without adding excess fluff. In this edition, Detmer primarily uses Visual Studio with his own custom plug-ins downloadable from the publisher's website to walk you through the chapters.

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Visual Studio's provides excellent debugger tools to monitor register values, memory, and to analyze code line by line. Detmer also provides good walkthroughs on what the code is doing behind the scenes. Unlike guides from other books, I have had no problems setting up my computer to code and analyze x86 assembly. You will also need a good understanding of binary and hexadecimal arithmetic.

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Thankfully, Detmer does a fine job of providing a refresher on the arithmetic in the first chapter. The programming problems are also excellent and help reinforce the material you just learned.

In cases, where a problem might be challenging, Detmer provides a basic algorithm in pseudocode for you to try and translate into assembly language. Two cons: Although Detmer does cover bit programming in special chapters, most of this book covers bit. Detmer does not dive in too deep on bit programming as much as I would have liked.

However, as a I said before, this book is an excellent primer and will help you get the ball rolling in further studies of x86 Assembly language.

If you want to focus time on bit programming, then this book will certainly help you with that but it by no means a one-stop shop.

The other complaint is in the price of the book. The book is a paperback with approximately pages - many of which consist of code listings and diagrams. Hardcover Verified download. Great starting point for learning 32 bits assembly language with DOS and Windows. The only defect of this book is its unbelievable price Luckily the content is very good, the teaching style is excellent the author uses macros initially to do input and output so you won't be overwhelmed by lots of material just to write and read from the keyboard, and after you have played a bit a learned the basics he goes on explaining them.

You can certainly read this book with no prior exposure to assembly and computer inner workings.

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You 'better have at least some exp with a high level language, and if you don't, why on earth do you want to start programming with assembly? It is certainly not a fun read, but it is so clear that it is not boring. Compliments to Richard and one star less than the max because of the rip-off price.

Get it used! This book does a great job about teaching computer architecture, however it's assembly language explanations can be frustrating and vague.

The examples are very basic and does not do a good job about teaching the little things about programming in assembly. This make it very difficult to learn by doing and forces you to look through other resources, assuming you can find help. The book has about a page or two for each topic, which is not enough to give a thorough explanation. Having learned my lesson, I sold the idea to a publisher first Wordware Publishing and Vector Game Math Processors became my first published book.

It probably should have included 80x86, Mips, and PowerPC in the title, as that would have helped to increase its sales. It seems most people stumble across it.

Everybody who read it and contacted me seemed to like it. It was more of a niche book as it primarily taught how to vectorize code to take advantage of the vector instruction sets of processors only recently introduced into offices and homes.

These contain functionality that was once confined to the domain of the super computer.

While writing it I wrote a chapter on vertex shaders and sold the idea to my publisher. And now we have come full circle, as this book is actually the completion of my original 80x86 book, The Death… But I digress.

The title was too long and not really to the point. So now that book has been completed, updated, and designed to be the prequel to my vector book. And thank you for downloading both you did, did you not?Software Engineering 10th Edition. Paperback Verified download.

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