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Professional Assembly Language (1e druk 2005)

Paperback Engels 2005 9780764579011
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Every high level language program (such as C and C++) is converted by a compiler into assembly language before it is linked into an executable program. This book shows you how to view the assembly code generated by the compiler and understand how it is created. With that knowledge you can tweak the assembly language code generated by the compiler or create your own assembly language routines.

This code-intensive guide is dividends into three sections- basics assembly language program development environment, assembly language programming, and advanced assembly language techniques. It shows how to decipher the compiler-generated assembly language code, and how to make functions in your program faster and more efficient to increase the performance of an application.

What will you learn from this book:
- The benefits of examining the assembly language code generated from your high-level language program
- How to create stand-alone assembly language programs for the Linux Pentium environment
- Ways to incorporate advanced functions and libraries in assembly language programs
- How to incorporate assembly language routines in your C and C++ applications
- Ways to use Linux system calls in your assembly language programs
- How to utilize Pentium MMX and SSE functions in your applications


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Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT


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Over Richard Blum

Richard Blum has worked in the IT industry for more than 22 years as both a systems and network administrator. He has administered UNIX, Linux, Novell, and Microsoft servers, as well as automated network monitoring with Linux shell scripts and written scripts in most of the common Linux shell environments. Richard is the author of several books, including 'Professional Linux Programming' (Wrox).

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Chapter 1: What Is Assembly Language?
Chapter 2: The IA-32 Platform.
Chapter 3: The Tools of the Trade.
Chapter 4: A Sample Assembly Language Program.
Chapter 5: Moving Data.
Chapter 6: Controlling Execution Flow.
Chapter 7: Using Numbers.
Chapter 8: Basic Math Functions.
Chapter 9: Advanced Math Functions.
Chapter 10: Working with Strings.
Chapter 11: Using Functions.
Chapter 12: Using Linux System Calls.
Chapter 13: Using Inline Assembly.
Chapter 14: Calling Assembly Libraries.
Chapter 15: Optimizing Routines.
Chapter 16: Using Files.
Chapter 17: Using Advanced IA-32 Features.


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