Guide to Assembly Language Programming in Linux 2005

 

Guide to Assembly Language Programming in Linux 2005

Guide to Assembly Language Programming in Linux 2005

Guide to Assembly Language Programming in Linux 2005

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This unique guide provides comprehensive coverage of the key elements of Assembly language programming with in-depth coverage of the Linux operating system, which is the fastest-growing operating system with an estimated 18 million Linux users worldwide. The book specifically targets professionals who would like to learn Assembly and intend or expect to move to the Linux operating system.

Acquaints Linux ideas with developers who are acquainted with other working frameworks, for example, Windows XP Gives far reaching scope of the Pentium low level computing construct

Content:

1 Assembly Language

2 Digital Logic Circuits

3 Memory Organization

4 The IA-32 Architecture

5 Installing Linux

6 Using Linux

7 Installing and Using NASM

8 Debugging Assembly Language Programs

9 A First Look at Assembly Language

10 More on Assembly Language

11 Writing Procedures

12 More on Procedures

13 Addressing Modes

14 Arithmeticlnstructions

15 Conditional Execution

16 Logical and Bit Operations

17 String Processing

18 ASCII and BCD Arithmetic

19 Recursion

20 Protected-Mode Interrupt Processing

20 Protected-Mode Interrupt Processing

22 Floating-Point Operations

Guide to Assembly Language Programming in Linux 2005

Guide to Assembly Language Programming in Linux 2005

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