- Tapa dura: 386 páginas
- Editor: Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc; Edición: 2nd Revised edition (23 de abril de 2009)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0763772232
- ISBN-13: 978-0763772239
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Introduction to 80x86 Assembly Language and Computer Architecture (Inglés) Tapa dura – 23 abr 2009
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Thoroughly revised and updated throughout, the Second Edition of Introduction to 80x86 Assembly Language and Computer Architecture provides students with a clear and concise introduction to the inner workings of the computer, and their many levels and functions. Through introducing real instruction sets and writing real assembly language programs, students will become acquainted with the basics of computer architecture. The Second Edition now includes the use of the Microsoft Visual Studio environment, which is widely available to students and professionals, and provides a robust environment for editing, assembling, debugging, and executing problems. The text continues to emphasize basic architecture, not just the 80x86 line, and now includes 64-bit operations but is still appropriate for those working with 32-bit computers. Programmers are expected to program effectively at any level. Ensure students are up-to-speed with Introduction to 80x86 Assembly Language and Computer Architecture, Second Edition.
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In this edition, Detmer primarily uses Visual Studio with his own custom plug-ins (downloadable from the publisher's website) to walk you through the chapters. Visual Studio's provides excellent debugger tools to monitor register values, memory, and to analyze code line by line. Detmer also provides good walkthroughs on what the code is doing behind the scenes. Unlike guides from other books, I have had no problems setting up my computer to code and analyze x86 assembly.
In order to make the most out of this book, you will need proficient knowledge of C or C++, and some basic knowledge of data structures - particularly stacks. You will also need a good understanding of binary and hexadecimal arithmetic. Thankfully, Detmer does a fine job of providing a refresher on the arithmetic in the first chapter.
The programming problems are also excellent and help reinforce the material you just learned. Some problems are very basic while others encourage you to experiment and try writing basic search/sorting algorithms. In cases, where a problem might be challenging, Detmer provides a basic algorithm in pseudocode for you to try and translate into assembly language.
Two cons: Although Detmer does cover 64-bit programming in special chapters, most of this book covers 32-bit. Detmer does not dive in too deep on 64-bit programming as much as I would have liked. However, as a I said before, this book is an excellent primer and will help you get the ball rolling in further studies of x86 Assembly language. If you want to focus time on 64-bit programming, then this book will certainly help you with that but it by no means a one-stop shop. The other complaint is in the price of the book. The book is a paperback with approximately 350 pages - many of which consist of code listings and diagrams. Paying over $100 for this book seems outrageous.
DOS and Windows. The only defect of this book is its unbelievable price... surely due to the fact that is used a college textbook so the poor students have no choice but squander their savings on it. Luckily the content is very good,
the teaching style is excellent ( the author uses macros initially to do input and output so you won't be overwhelmed by lots of material just to write and read from the keyboard, and after you have played a bit a learned the basics he goes on explaining them). You can certainly read this book with no prior exposure to assembly and computer inner workings.
You 'better have at least some exp with a high level language,
and if you don't, why on earth do you want to start programming with assembly? Masochisms?
The one word that comes to mind about this book and author is CLARITY. It is certainly not a fun
read, but it is so clear that it is not boring.
Compliments to Richard and one star less than the max because of the rip-off price. (Get it used!)
Anyways some people may find this book good, but I don't recommend it for people who don't get outside help to understand the concepts. It literally leaves me more confused rather than confident when I read it....