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Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers For Undergraduate Courses In Assembly Language Programming And Introductory Courses In Computer Systems And Computer Architecture This Complete And Fully Updated Study Of Assembly Language For The IBM PC Teaches Students How To Write And Debug Programs At The Machine Level Based On The Intel Processor Family, The Text Simplifies And Demystifies Concepts That Students Need To Grasp Before They Can Go On To Advanced Computer Architecture Or Operating Systems Courses

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10 thoughts on “Assembly Language for Intel-Based Computers

  1. says:

    I really liked this book I felt that it could have been organized a bit differently, but other than that it was very good read By the end of the book I had a good understanding of Assembly Language, and was able to do a lot with the language.

  2. says:

    can someone tell me how to read the book I dont know how open it

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    Decent book about Intel architecture assembly Very appropriate for undergraduates, especially at my school SUNY Old Westbury where they really should ve assigned me this book

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    Uses built in API s which make assembly C like, which IMO ruined the point of learning assembly in the first place

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