Zen of Assembly Language: Vol. 1, Knowledge

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Zen of Assembly Language: Vol. 1, Knowledge ➳ [Reading] ➶ Zen of Assembly Language: Vol. 1, Knowledge By Michael Abrash ➩ – Polishdarling.co.uk The most comprehensive treatment of advanced assembler programming ever published, this book presents a way of programming that involves intuitive, right brain thinking Also probes hardware aspects th The most comprehensive Assembly Language: eBook ´ treatment of advanced assembler programming ever published, this book presents a way of programming that involves intuitive, right brain thinking Also probes hardware aspects that affect code performance and compares programming techniques.


10 thoughts on “Zen of Assembly Language: Vol. 1, Knowledge

  1. Trinity Trinity says:

    Every programmer should have an understanding of an assembly language, and have spent time actually working with it, rather than just doing the exercises that the teacher requires This book has very little how to, but plenty of discussion of design and optimization This was initially intended to be volume one of two the second was to be entitled The Flexible Mind There is much discussion of how one s mind can be madeflexible in thinking about code design on the macro and micro levels Every programmer should have an understanding of an assembly language, and have spent time actually working with it, rather than just doing the exercises that the teacher requires This book has very little how to, but plenty of discussion of design and optimization This was initially intended to be volume one of two the second was to be entitled The Flexible Mind There is much discussion of how one s mind can be madeflexible in thinking about code design on the macro and micro levels.If you can find a copy, you should read it, because it will open your eyes, and encourage you to consider other avenues to work on a given problem All of which will make you a better programmer


  2. Lfelliott Lfelliott says:

    I read this book probably shortly after it came out At the time, I was writing a simulation in Pascal and needed to optimize some sections in assembly language I ended up reading this book cover to cover and using lessons from it in many programming tasks I found it fascinating and helpful Not exactly a cookbook, buta way to think about programming.I don t program in assembly any, but I have fond memories of reading this book.


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10 thoughts on “Zen of Assembly Language: Vol. 1, Knowledge

  1. Trinity Trinity says:

    Every programmer should have an understanding of an assembly language, and have spent time actually working with it, rather than just doing the exercises that the teacher requires This book has very little how to, but plenty of discussion of design and optimization This was initially intended to be volume one of two the second was to be entitled The Flexible Mind There is much discussion of how one s mind can be madeflexible in thinking about code design on the macro and micro levels Every programmer should have an understanding of an assembly language, and have spent time actually working with it, rather than just doing the exercises that the teacher requires This book has very little how to, but plenty of discussion of design and optimization This was initially intended to be volume one of two the second was to be entitled The Flexible Mind There is much discussion of how one s mind can be madeflexible in thinking about code design on the macro and micro levels.If you can find a copy, you should read it, because it will open your eyes, and encourage you to consider other avenues to work on a given problem All of which will make you a better programmer


  2. Lfelliott Lfelliott says:

    I read this book probably shortly after it came out At the time, I was writing a simulation in Pascal and needed to optimize some sections in assembly language I ended up reading this book cover to cover and using lessons from it in many programming tasks I found it fascinating and helpful Not exactly a cookbook, buta way to think about programming.I don t program in assembly any, but I have fond memories of reading this book.


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