Programming Concepts—I


  • The working principle of an assembler.
  • The various assemblers available for x86.
  • The features and use of a popular assembler.
  • To write programs using simplified memory models.
  • To write programs using the full segment definition.
  • To understand the techniques of instruction design for 8086.

Assembly Language Programming

In chapter 0, we have seen why assembly language is very important. To code efficiently in assembly language for a particular processor, the prerequisites are a good knowledge of the internal architecture of the processor and addressing modes, which means that understanding the contents of chapter 1 is absolutely necessary.

When we want to write and execute an assembly ...

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