The Second Book of Machine Language
by Richard Mansfield
Publisher: Compute! Publications 1984
Number of pages: 464
This book offers the reader both a detailed description of a sophisticated machine language program (the LADS assembler) and an efficient tool, a complete language with which to write other machine language programs. Every line in the LADS assembler program is described. All the subroutines are picked apart and explained. Each major routine is examined in depth.
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