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Download now. For Later. Related titles. Carousel Previous Carousel Next. Jump to Page. Search inside document. It offers readers a fun, hands-on learning experience and reinforces concepts with numerous examples and review questions. It uses the Debug utility to show what action the instruction performs, and then provides a sample program to show its application, The text delves into architecture, supporting chips, buse: characteristics, and more.

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For information regarding permission s , write to: Rights and Permissions Department. Education can, alone, cause it to reveal its treasures, and enable mankind to benefit therefrom. We feel especially blessed to have the support, love, and encouragement of Janice's parents whose kindness, wisdom, and sense of humor have been the bond that has welded us into a family. In addition, we must also mention our two most important collaborations: our sons Robert Nabil and Michael Jamal who have taught us the meaning, of love and patience.

Register addressing mode 41 Immediate addressing mode 41 rect addressing mode Register indirect addressing mode BAT and how is it used? It not only builds the foundation of Assembly language programming, but also provides a comprehensive treatment of 80x86 PC design and interfacing for students in engineering and computer science disciplines.

This volume is intend- ed for those who wish to gain an in-depth understanding of the internal working of the IBM PC, PS, and 80x86 compatible computers. It builds a foundation for the design and interfacing of microprocessor-based systems using the real-world example of the 80x86 IBM PC. In addition, it can also be used by practicing tech- nicians, hardware engineers, computer scientists, and hobbyists who want to do PC interfacing and data acquisition.

Knowledge of other programming languages would be helpful, but is not neces- sary. For this rea- son, we describe the and microprocessors in Chapter 9. Many examples and sample pro- grams are given to clarify concepts and provide students an opportunity to fearn by doing.

Review questions are provided at the end of each section to reinforce the main points of the section. We feel that one of the functions of a textbook is to familiarize the student with terminology used in technical literature and in industry, so we have followed that guideline in this text.

Chapter provides a brief history of the evolution of x86 microproces- sors and an overview of the internal workings of the as a basis of all x86 processors. The order of topics in Appendix A has been designed to cor- respond to the order of topics presented in Chapter 1.

Chapter 2 explains the use of assemblers to create programs. Programs in Assembly and C allow the student to get input from the keyboard and send output to the monitor. In addition, interrupt programming in C is described, as well as how to put Assembly language code in C programs.

Chapter 5 describes how to use macros to develop Assembly language programs in a more time-efficient and structured manner. We also cover INT 33H mouse function calls and mouse programming, Chapter 6 covers arithmetic and logic instructions for signed numbers as, well as string processing instructions.

In addition, linking Assembly language modules with C programs is thoroughly explained. Chapter 8 introduces some bit concepts of and pro- gramming. Several pro- grams are run across the 80x86 family to show the dramatic improvement in clock eycles with the newer CPUs. Contents of Volume II Chapter 9 describes the and microprocessors and supporting. In addition, the origin and function of the address, data, and control signals of the ISA expansion slot are described.

Chapter 11 is dedicated to the interfacing of VO ports, the use of IN and OUT instructions in the 80x86, and interfacing and programming of the pro- grammable peripheral chip. Chapter 14 is dedicated to the explanation of hardware and software inter- rupts, the use of the interrupt controller, the origin and assignment of IRQ signals on the expansion slots of the ISA bus, and exception interrupts in 80x86 microprocessors.

Chapter 15 is dedicated to direct memory access DMA concepts, the use. Chapter 18 covers the interfacing and programming of the keyboard in the 80x86 PC, in addition to printer port interfacing and programming.

Chapter 19 discusses both floppy and hard disk storage organization and terminology. We also show how to write Assembly language programs to access files using INT 21H DOS function calls Chapter 20 cxamines the 80x87 math coprocessor, its programming and interfacing, and IEEE single and double precision floating point data types. Chapter 21 explores the programming and hardware of the micro- processor, contrasts and explains real and protected modes, and discusses the implementation of virtual memory.

Chapter 26 provides an overview of the IC technology including the recent advances in the IC fabrication, describes IC interfacing and system design issues, and covers error detection and correction. Appendices The appendices have been designed to provide all reference material required for the topics covered in this combined volume so that no additional ref- erences should be necessary.

Appendix B pro- vides a listing of Intel's instruction set along with clock cycles for 80x86 microprocessors. Appendix C describes assembler directives with examples of their use. Appendix I contains data sheets for various IC chips. Our sincere and heartfelt appreciation goes out to all of them.

First, we must inal reviewers who provided valuable suggestions and encourage- ment: Mr. William H. Shannon of the University of Maryland, Mr. Howard W. David G. Delker of Kansas State University, Mr.

Donaid '. We were truly amazed by the depth and breadth of their knowledge of microproces- sor-based system design in general and 80x86 PC architecture in particular. We sincerely appreciate their comments and suggestions. Allan Escher, whose encouragement set the making of this series into motion. For the last 25 years, his dedication and love of microprocessor education were a source of inspiration to many.

A special thanks goes to Mr. James Vignali for his enthu- siasm in discussing the internal intricacies of the 80x86 PC and his readiness to keep current with the ever-changing world of the PC.

In addition, we offer our appreciation for the dedicated professionals at Prentice Hall, Many thanks to Charles Stewart for his continued support and guid- ance of this series. Finally, we would like to sincerely thank the following professors from some outstanding enginecring schools whose enthusiasm for the book, sugges- tions, and kind words have been encouraging to us and made us think we are on the right track: Dr.

Michael Chwialkowski Electrical Engineering Dept. Walker Computer Science Engineering Dept. He is a co-founder and chief researcher of Microprocessor Education Group, a company dedicated to bringing knowledge of microprocessors to the widest possible audience.

After several years experience as a software engineer in Dallas, she co-founded Microprocessor Education Group, where she is the chief technical writer, production manager, and is responsible for software development and testing. Box Duncanville, TX email: mazidi mail. In this chapter hich in the tradition of digital computers can be called Chapter 0 , the fundamen- tals of numbering and coding systems are presented.

In this section we explain how to convert from the decimal system to the binary system, and vice versa, The convenient representation of binary numbers called hexadecimal also is covered. Finally, the binary format of the alphanumeric code, called ASCI, is explored. Decimal and binary number systems Although there has been speculation that the origin of the base 10 system is the fact that human beings have 10 fingers, there is absolutely no speculation about the reason behind the use of the binary system in computers.

The binary system is used in computers because 1 and 0 represent the two voltage levels of on and off. Whereas in base 10 there are 10 distinct symbols, 0, 1, 2,..

Base 10 contains digits, O through 9; binary contains digits 0.

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He is a co-founder and chief researcher of Microprocessor Education Group, a company dedicated to bringing knowledge of microprocessors to the widest possible audience. After several years experience as a, software engineer in Dallas, she co-founded Microprocessor Education Group, where she is the chief technical writer, production manager, and is responsible for software development and testing. Du kanske gillar. Strengthsfinder 2. Inbunden Engelska, Praised by experts for its clarity and topical breadth, this visually appealing text provides an easy-to-understand, systematic approach to teaching the fundamentals of 80x86 assembly language programming and PC architecture.

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