Programming the 80286, 80386, 80486 and Pentium Based Personal Computer (book/ disk package)

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Résumé de Programming the 80286, 80386, 80486 and Pentium Based...

Brey has created a very practical reference text for anyone interested in assembly language programming and, more specifically, the configuration and programming of the Intel-based personal computer. Coverage includes both a concise presentation of assembly language programming for the beginner and a complete study of advanced topics not found in any other text.

Sommaire de Programming the 80286, 80386, 80486 and Pentium Based...

1. Introduction to the Microprocessor and Personal Computer.
2. Disks, DOS, and Batch Files.
3. WINDOWS and Configuring WINDOWS.
4. The Microprocessor and its Architecture.
5. Addressing Modes.
6. Data Movement Instructions.
7. Arithmetic and Logic Instructions.
8. Program Control Instructions.
9. Keyboard/Display DOS and BIOS Functions.
10. Conditional Assembly and Video Display.
11. Disk Memory Functions and the Mouse.
12. Interrupt Hooks and the TSR.
13. The Arithmetic Coprocessor.
14. Advanced Assembly Language Techniques.
Appendix A: The Assembler, Disk Operating System, Basic I/O System, Mouse, and Memory Managers.
Appendix B: Instruction Set Summary.
Appendix C: Flag-Bit Changes.
Appendix D: Answers to Selected Even-Numbered Questions and Problems.
Glossary.
Index.

Commentaire de Programming the 80286, 80386, 80486 and Pentium Based...

  • A disk containing many of the more advanced versions of the example programs is included with the text. This disk contains the unassembled source files of many of the example programs. Each program is keyed by the example number in the text. It also contains a macro include file that eases the task of assembly language programming by providing macros that perform most of the I/O tasks associated with assembly language programming.
  • Concentrates initially on real-mode assembly language programming, comparing and contrasting instructions for each Intel family member against the 8086/8088 microprocessor.
  • Discusses the operation of the program environment, including the linker, library, macros, DOS function and BIOS functions.
  • Develops an understanding of the CONFIG.SYS