Zen of Assembly Language: Volume I, Knowledge
by Michael Abrash
Publisher: jagregory.com 1990
Number of pages: 849
This is the book that unlocks the secrets of writing superb assembly-language code. It assumes that you're already familiar with assembly language, at least acquainted with the registers and instructions of the 8088, and with the use of one of the popular PC assemblers. We're going to jump into high-performance programming right from the start.
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