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by Alan R. Miller

Author: Alan R. Miller
Subcategory: Hardware & DIY
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (January 26, 1981)
Pages: 318 pages
Category: Technologies and Computers
Rating: 4.9
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Ten appendices contain all base information such as the ASCII character set, a 64K-byte memory map, and alphabetical and numerical listings of the 8080 and Z80 instructions. Develops a system monitor to allow writing and testing of routines. Categories: Computers\Programming.

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Ten appendices contain all base information such as the ASCII character set, a 64K-byte memory map, and alphabetical and numerical listings of the 8080 and Z80 instructions.

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A complete guide to intermediate and advanced assembly language programming. Ten appendices contain all base information such as the ASCII character set, a 64K-byte memory map, and alphabetical and numerical listings of the 8080 and Z80 instructions. After introducing number bases and logical operations, it covers assembly language mnemonics, stack registers, input and output, and jump tables. Develops a system monitor to allow writing and testing of routines.