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Visual C Optimization with Assembly Code

Visual C++ Optimization with Assembly Code

by: Yury Magda

 Visual C Optimization with Assembly Code

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Describing how the Assembly language can be used to develop highly effective C++ applications, this guide covers the development of 32-bit applications for Windows. Areas of focus include optimizing high-level logical structures, creating effective mathematical algorithms, and working with strings and arrays.

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Programming Video Tutorials MegaPack

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MIPS Assembly Language Programming

 MIPS Assembly Language Programming
MIPS Assembly Language Programming
By Robert Britton
Prentice Hall | 1illustrated Ed. | June 7, 2003 | ISBN: 9780131420441 / 0131420445
English | 168 pages | HQ PDF | 53.8 MB

Users of this book will gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts of contemporary computer architecture, starting with a Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC). An understanding of computer architecture needs to begin with the basics of modern computer organization.

VTC–Assembly Language Programming 2009

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VTC – Assembly Language Programming 2009
135MB| RS | HF

http://www.vtc.com/products/Assembly-Language-Programming-Tutorials.htm

The Assembly Language course is intended for those who wish to write assembly for both Windows and Linux. It uses the freely available NASM assembler, which is feature-complete and produces object code in a variety of formats. The predominant CPUs today use the Intel instruction set, and all examples in the course use that instruction set.

VTC – Assembly Language Programming 2009

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VTC – Assembly Language Programming 2009
HF | 135MB

http://www.vtc.com/products/Assembly-Language-Programming-Tutorials.htm

The Assembly Language course is intended for those who wish to write assembly for both Windows and Linux. It uses the freely available NASM assembler, which is feature-complete and produces object code in a variety of formats. The predominant CPUs today use the Intel instruction set, and all examples in the course use that instruction set. The course covers the background information necessary for assembly programming and it covers the forms programs must take to operate in the systems. Some time is spent with low-level I/O, but many of the examples interface with C mainline programs. The emphasis of the course is in writing assembly language functions that can be called from higher level languages.

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Assembly Language Step-by-step: Programming with DOS and Linux

 Assembly Language Step by step: Programming with DOS and Linux

Jeff Duntemann, «Assembly Language Step-by-step: Programming with DOS and Linux»
John Wiley & Sons | ISBN: 0471375233 | 2000 | PDF | 613 pages | 4.23 MB

The bestselling guide to assembly language–now updated and expanded to include coverage of Linux.

Embedded Systems Interfacing for Engineers Using the Freescale Hcs08 Microcontroller I: Assembly Language Programming

 Embedded Systems Interfacing for Engineers Using the Freescale Hcs08 Microcontroller I: Assembly Language Programming

Douglas Summerville “Embedded Systems Interfacing for Engineers Using the Freescale Hcs08 Microcontroller I: Assembly Language Programming”
Morgan & Claypool | 2009-06-15 | ISBN: 1608450058 | 120 pages | PDF | 1.1 MB

The vast majority of computers in use today are encapsulated within other systems. In contrast to general-purpose computers that run an endless selection of software, these embedded computers are often programmed for a very specific, low-level and often mundane purpose. Low-end microcontrollers, costing as little as one dollar, are often employed by engineers in designs that utilize only a small fraction of the processing capability of the device because it is either more cost-effective than selecting an application-specific part or because programmability offers custom functionality not otherwise available. Embedded Systems Interfacing for Engineers using the Freescale HCS08 Microcontroller is a two-part book intended to provide an introduction to hardware and software interfacing for engineers. Building from a comprehensive introduction of fundamental computing concepts, the book suitable for a first course in computer organization for electrical or computer engineering students with a minimal background in digital logic and programming. In addition, this book can be valuable as a reference for engineers new to the Freescale HCS08 family of microcontrollers. The HCS08 processor architecture used in the book is relatively simple to learn, powerful enough to apply towards a wide-range of interfacing tasks, and accommodates breadboard prototyping in a laboratory using freely available and low-cost tools. In Part I: Assembly Language Programming, the programmer’s model of the HSC08 family of processors is introduced. This part leads the reader from basic concepts up to implementing basic software control structures in assembly language. Instead of focusing on large-scale programs, the emphasis is on implementing small algorithms necessary to accomplish some of the more common tasks expected in small embedded systems. The first part prepares the reader with the programming skills necessary to write device drivers in and perform basic input/output processing Part II, whose emphasis is on hardware interfacing concepts. Table of Contents: Introduction to Microcomputer Organization / Programmer’s Model of the HCS08 CPU / HCS08 Assembly Language Programming.

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