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Assembly and old CPU architectures are a hobby of mine and this book is a excellent companion for my Z80 machines. While there are other books online and in print form, this one is my favorite as it both walks the reader through the core concepts in Assembly language, it's advantages and disadvantages, then it covers each function in detail making it useful as a tutorial as well as reference manual. Love it.
This book has a lot of useful info on low level stuff. There are chapters on Disks, Video and Bios/dos me of the material belong in a history book but I found the book very useful in my research on operating systems.If you don't mind learning 16 bit assembly language, you should consider this book. However it helps if you know a bit of assemly language before you attempt to read this book.A amazing introduction is "Assembly Langauge Step by Step" (if you dont mind authors who hold telling boring stories in between the material).
this is a amazing book.........a must for anyone wishing to learn assembly.......i would suggest that you read Peter Nortans Assembly Language Programming book before this one.........i did that and everything really fit together nicely.....it only took me one month to read both books.....make my own hex editor.......an addictive game.......and a lot of a lot of a lot of useful util's and apps.......i am now entering the exciting realm of 3d android games programing with ease.....and believe me i required assembly......i required and still need this book.......excellent reference............
one of the best ASM books out there. However, if you have never programmed in Pascal/C/Cobol you will search some of the subjects difficult because it uses examples from these languages to present you. But still, I learned ASM in about 2 months from this book!
The book includes some amazing information, unfortunately most of it's hidden in the lightly documented examples at the end of each e design of the book is great, each chapter is divided into sections: Fundamental Knowledge, Tools, Library, Summary. This format is unbelievable and looks promising, but the presentation fails to deliver. I can't say that I found nothing useful in each section, but I can say that the info I found in the entire book was not worth the I for e code at the end of each chapter lets you know that the people who wrote it know a lot about PC assembler, I just want they'd have shared more of it with me in the preceeding chapter.If I were re-writing this book, I would leave the format the same, but I would take smaller logical steps while explaining fundamentals in the Fundamental Knowledge sections, and place more example programs (lots of example programs) in the Library section and document, document, document, the example r a programmer, the index is almost worthless, for example: it doesn't have an entry for all of the assembler keywords. The book is over 900 pages long; the index is 12 pages long and is obviously not indexed by content, but by occurence. When you do search a topic you're looking for in the index, you hardly ever obtain what you we're expecting when you turn to the referenced page.If you're a fresh to programming, this book is in no method for you.If you already know a higher level language, then you will benefit somewhat from the book, but if you're learning assembler because you have to do some low level system programming, this book won't support much. I'd recommend getting your introduction to assembler with Tom Swan's book, Mastering Turbo Assembler and then filling out your specific needs with one of the system's programming books available for your platform.I read a lot of technical books, and I search that frequently a book will cover the theory of a topic thoroughly, but skimp on true globe examples and applications of the knowldege. Some other books are exactly the opposite. They go into detailed examples of specific applications of the technology, but fail to cover the fundamental locations well or at all. With the former type of book, you walk away with the knowledge of how things theoretically work, but your practical skills are none the richer. With the latter type of book so you may end up being an expert at installing Windows NT, but you still can't identify the principal functions of an operating system. Both types of books have their place, and if you stay in the Computer field long enough you'll probably end up needing both types of books for at least one or two areas. This book trys to cover both areas, but sadly ends up failing to adequately cover either.
If you know some high level language (concepts, structure, procedures, functions) and have a basis in assembler (know what mov means) Then this book can be of value. Has a lot of amazing examples for each topic covered. Covers a topic that I don't see covered much in alot of the assembler books I have read, writing macros (like writing a function in a high level language, sort of). I would recommend these books in order: ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE STEP BY STEP, REVOLUTIONARY GUIDE TO ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE, MASTER CLASS-ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE.
I got this book when I was twelve or thirteen and I only knew how to code BASIC at the time... I must admit that at first it was a bit overwhelming; however, after reading this book I must say I had become a competent assembly language programmer. This book is superb, PACKED with info, and amazing for beginners.
If I had to rate this book in 2 words it would simply be "BUY NOW!" This book teachers everything that you need to be an intermediate programmer (unfortuanately the interrupts are only for DOS not linux or unix or mac or so on) but it is a amazing book. Comes with complete source code but no compiler.
I love this book so much, it's not funny. I just want there were more of sembly programming is so exciting to me, I want this book existed for the entire AMD64 instruction t for building your own OS, but rather for optimizing your existing programs with assembly. Shows how to view existing programs assembly code with objdump, shows how to interact with c or other compiled libraries, and how to write your own.
I received a copy of both versions (Windows, & (Linux, OS X ) ) in exchange for writing a review for them. This review applies to both. Both versions look like they have the same content in terms of what you learn about in 64-bit assembly. Some of the differences between the 2 versions: process memory model function calls ; more info. at a link - (a 1 pg doc - there's info. on "function call differences" in it )Chapter 1.1 section (a reference) -has info. about why one should study s1. just teaches 64-bit assembly programmingThese books are the only ones I found that do this. They include other helpful info. & also non-64 bit stuff. They include examples of assembly programs & screen-shots with info. that pertain to them. 2. learn about the ebe program which can be used for writing assembly programs; ebe is used a lot in this endix A - Installing ebe for Linux, Mac, WindowsAppendix B - goes into ebe more ; major features of ebe3. suitable for beginners & up4. nicely organized5. can write various C programs in assembly6. can call C functions from the assembly program ; also system calls , stream i/o7. can do high performance assemblyCons:1. Certain parts (some in the learning info), (more in code, exercises) were difficult) Sobel Filter code (more info. in this review) some exercises- a. use advanced math b. difficulty understanding what to do2. no solutions to any of the exercisesSuggestions:explain the more difficult things better & with diagrams too if necessarysee if you can merge both versions of the book into 1 bookprovide solutions to the exercisesSome things not covered:how to call an assembly function from a C programhow OOP , multi-threading are translated in assemblyThis book or the other book: Recommended for learning 64-bit assembly------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I sent the info. below (Sobel Filter Code, possible Errata, Errata) to the bel Filter Code:Why does it say "at least 3 columns" close to the begin of code when to process 14 Sobel values , the column value needs to be a multiple of 16? If this is possible, please clarify?Still, not sure exactly how the code unfills the borders of the output array. Can you explain this? I think I'm getting very close. I wrote info. here.An example: Input: there are 3 rows of pixels, each 16 columns. Output: should be 14 Sobel values in the output array. Elements at  &  of the row in the output array should be unfilled. P =pixel XMM Registers shop output pixels (P2)-(P17) , 16 values, which go in the Output Array BelowEx. Output Array element is at addr 4000 &(Row ) ; addr 4000 + 1 &(Row) includes the 1st output pixel that's from 1 of the XMM registers For every row in the output array, element at  in that row doesn't have XMM data OK [Left Border]                 P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18P1 -doesn't have XMM dataI don't know what values P16, P17 are but they would be invalid because with an input of 16 columns, output array should only include 14 Sobel values. For every extra 16 columns, rbx increments by 14. The value 14 is used with addr 4001 to go to addr 4015 . As output array stores more values, it overwrites the values in  &  with correct values that are for P16, P17. OKIn my example, since there's only 16 columns, the values in  &  aren't overwritten but are left in the output me problem if there's more than 1 output row. If let's say there were 2 output rows: output address for 2nd row is addr 4001 + 16 &(Row ) which is  P18 OKP16 = Row P17 = RowP16 , P17 aren't ere would be 2 values per row in the output array that aren't overwritten.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Errata - Windows Book (certain ones may also apply in the (Linux, OS X) book)left page number refers to (number field) at the top of the pdf page () - has correction(s)30 3rd row hexadecimal = (0xc47) 4th row division (9/16) | remainder = (9) |hexadecimal = (0x9c47)39 The exponent field is ( 10000110 )65 However (if) you specify a ......114 The first parameter in a 64 bit Windows programs (is ) rcx ...129 The needed zone is 24 bytes, which (it) fits...132 Your program should read (and) accept....151 table mulpd , mulps - in result column ,I think should say (multiply) not multiple161 The fifth parameter (is) placed...168 in main: (mov rbp, rsp)170 An example would be writing record number 10000 (to) a file....202 before 4. .......then look for the string in the hash table & print its value if (it's) there......213 ......use out -(of)-order232 There are also "update" files which (simply) .....237 You can ........allowing you to select (which) dock windows...242 right above Running a program : .....(including) an option delete them all.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Errata- (Linux, OS X) Book: (certain ones may also apply in the Windows book)left page number refers to (number field) at the top of the pdf page  - has correction(s)154 in table, divps shows subtract , not divide217 code near bottom: movdqa xmm3, [xmm0]260 macro can [simplify] our while macro Possible Errata229 2nd sentence ....required to [compile ?] ebe
Just got the book a while back and have been working my method through it. Amazing so far!The EBE IDE (it took me ages to figure out why the compile and run button was an alien icon - duh!), which I thought I wasn't going to bother with, ended up turning out to be actually quite helpful. I didn't have any issues installing the software, it just needs Homebrew or MacPorts for OS X users, but it's all explained on the author's website, which you should check out, as there is an errata, guide and source ere are other assembly books out there, but this one gets my vote, rather than certain others, where you read three chapters and end up only using the author's c-library! Sure it makes it easier for complete beginners, but everyone nowadays has done some programming before so that approach seems a bit redundant, and most (come on, all!) people would actually like to see some true Assembly if they pick up one of these books after all, as soon as is author actually does come up with a very clever small first *real* assembly program that can be echo'd back to your shell, you can also do the whole thing in yasm or his EBE. Do both for the practice.I certainly recommend this book, especially as it focuses on 64-bit programming, which a lot of others don't.
EDIT: The criticisms I had below still hold, but I've increased my rating from 2 to 4 stars. Oddly enough, right around page 50, the quality of the book dramatically improved. I haven't spotted errors, and it became substantially more readable. Overall, this book is beautiful amazing method to obtain a decent idea of how to read and work with x86 64-bit assembly for Linux/OS X in only about 200 pages. I suspect that if I wanted to really become proficient with assembly, I'd need another, more comprehensive work. But I'm content with having the ability to read and understand assembly when I come across it, and this book is sufficient for that goal.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I am only about 50 pages in, and will modernize if my view changes.Unfortunately, the book seems riddled with typos and mistakes. For instance, pages 32-35 on reading memory with ebe:-he completely changes several lines in the example program from what it was just a couple pages earlier, with no explanation for why, and then uses one of the changed lines as a breakpoint-in the "define variable" menu that he directs the reader to, he mentions a "size" parameter that can be adjusted. This parameter doesn't seem to exist in my system...and it doesn't even exist in the supporting screenshots in the book. What gives?-Attempting to follow his instructions, I am simply not seeing the same behaviorThat being said, the info itself seems good, so I hope it gets better. I was really hoping for a amazing guide that would walk me through exercises. This seems to position itself that way, but if the examples aren't accurate then the utility of the book is substantially reduced.
This book really created sense conceptually. This explains in straight forward language how processors and assembly language works. If you wish to develop an understanding of assembly language this book is a amazing put to start. The code examples didn't seem to create sense. But after reading the book I was able to search a lot of program examples online and create sense of them. I would say this is a amazing book whether you are learning x86_64 assembly as a first language or you are an experienced programmer. It's also a quick read and stays interesting as far as programming books are interesting.
The author's needed (EBE) doesn't work on macOS. Nothing will compile and the interface lag is about 0.8 seconds for every single action. Trying to simply use the yasm commands as listed just errors out. It might be a amazing book once you obtain it's dependencies to work, but I just couldn't.
I bought this book to bring my 32-bit Intel assembly programming knowledge up to date. It does not disappoint. The text is clear and the author provides a very useful and workbench (ebe) that lets you assemble your code, run it and debug it just like an IDE. The workbench lets you see the processor registers, the stack backtrace, variables and memory and a lot of other things) all at the same time. I work almost exclusively on OS X and I couldn't obtain the workbench to work the first time I installed it, so I sent an email to the author and got a answer within the hour. After a couple of email exchanges, the issue was resolved (it was an problem with the installation of third party software, not the author's).
I have looked at 20 or 30 various introductions to Assembly, and have enough prior knowledge to create a judgement. This is the best by a mile. It's detailed, explains *everything*, does not assume too much, and relies on ebe, the author's excellent, Assembly IDE with built in GUI debugging information (using, I think, GDB in the background).This book will not create you an expert Assembly programmer, but comparatively few of us aspire to that. There is some emphasis on inline Assembly with C code, which might be of interest to developers interested in anti-malware and/or realtime. Most readers will be mostly interested in achieving a better understanding of what is event at the hardware level, and this book is just right for that. It is considerably beyond the "taste of Assembly" you obtain in a paradigms or compilers yfarth uses YASM syntax, which is based on intel rather than AT&T; I like that, but other opinions exist. This edition is for Linux and OSX. I had minor problems getting ebe to work in Fedora, and there are reports that it does not work well on OSX. If you don't wish to use ebe, see the first edition, available elsewhere, which uses different Linux-standard tools with the same content. I suspect it is more technically difficult to run assembly in Windows these days; if I wanted to work on a Windows machine, I would use this edition and run a Linux VM. For some reason, it took a long time for x64-based Assembly books to turn up, and there tends to be a small confusion involved in looking at 32 bit references and then trying to do 64 bit coding. This book uses 64 bit from the some of the critical reviewers noted, there are some typos, but I have not run into any really insidious ones. the author's www service has a list of is is not a compensated review.
My goal for learning assembly was to understand a bit more about how a computer worked, increase my debugging skills, and understand the performance of my compiled programs. As such, I didn't care about learning the entire x86_64 instruction set; I wanted to learn just enough to read is book was excellent for that goal. It is of reasonable length (~260 pages), has a very nice set of issues which can be solved easily (but still valuable for generating understanding), and is understandable throughout.I feel that my compiled programs are much better, and my debugging android game is stronger.
Amazing book, a small dry though. Does teach whats necessary, at least the concept. Quite a bit outdated, but once again a amazing stepping stone for learning. Do not use the compiler given, instead use Easy68K. Download it online, its got slightly various syntax, but most will not message it.
Clements demonstrates that the 68000 assembler language is a very logical and clean one. With none of that segmented memory nonsense of the 1980s Intel architecture. Having a flat address zone makes your coding far simpler. Perhaps you might not appreciate this from a reading of Clements, if you have never had any experience with the other chip set. But those who have will certainly thank this review is written in 2005, the 68000 family is still well. It has a massive presence in embedded microcontrollers and true time systems, for example. So if your company wants you to code in the 68000, the book is still germane.
Like a lot of of you looking at this book, I was needed to take an assembly language course for my degree. For those of you fresh to assembly language, it is a horribly frustrating method to write easy programs. This book does a mediocre job at introducing the language, with emphasis on theory rather than implementation. If you're going to actually write assembly language programs, you'll definitely need more support than this book offers.
This is useless crap! Do not this book. Save your money. Whoever is up voting this is either a mate of the author or someone that will profit!They created the cover look like a famous book from Newnes publishing that is about the same subject. As a matter of fact - all the books from 'UPSKILL LEARNING' follow this same pattern. They are hoping that someone will spend their accidentally (like I did) thinking they were buying another about the book... Out of the 94 pages there are 47 pages listing the mnemonic and two or three words of text with lots of empty zone between each item! Very useless. At the end you obtain a few pages of the 94 pages their other books. Wow... the nerve they have!The only thing you will learn from the UPSKILL LEARNING books is that you are being ripped off! DO NOT BUY BOOKS FROM THEM!The sellers and authors of this should be ashamed!
quote from book"Write complete Assembly based on the ARM Cortex-M Architecture"rubbish, this is just another example of a chop and pasted crappy nt waste your money
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Only required it for school. The content is outdated and only amazing to learn the basics. A lot of examples no longer compile or work. For this the book should be updated to at least work on the modern Linux/unix distributions.
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This book is beautifully written. I just got it today and read the first chapter. I bought it for a class I am taking in Unix Systems Programming. I was relieved when Molay's book arrived in the mail today. I was relieved that the book exceeded my expectations. If you can't afford Harvard, don't worry--the course is all here.
Honestly I was annoyed that the professor created us his book; however, there is a ton of amazing information in here. Professor Molay is an expert, no doubt. Unfortunately, the examples are in desperate need of adherence to best practices. If you turned in something resembling the example code into your professor he would fail you.
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There book has a amazing content but there are several errors in formatting , turning difficult for a novice to learn with this book.I recommend this book for someone with experience in Assembler for X86 or MIPS .Other problem, IBM architecture has some oddities and is not a amazing begin for any student.
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I bought this book with the intention of accomplishing one thing...come up to speed on all the fresh instructions and changes similar to 64 bit. Well, this book is very poorly written did not support me much. Although it's a fairly fresh edition (2011 - reason why I bought it in the first place) compared to my old 1986 book, the writer has a hard time explaining even the basics of the language. His writing style is convoluted and unclear and the examples are poorly chosen. I did a find and this seems to be one of the only fresh editions of Assembly language for the mainframe. Any one out there with amazing knowledge of the language could create a lot of publishing a book covering this subject. After all, the mainframe business is still alive and well.
I am an app programmer [HLL] with 35 + years experience on IBM plafforms, but have no knowledge of BAL or Assembler. I was unable to obtain into this book. I'm sure programmers with some assembler background would understand this book, but Not for beginners.
Having started my career in programming in the early 1960's -- machine language, in the case of IBM / 360 / 370 and following mainframes were my "teething rings". The current book would have been improved only by including more on the user defined macro instructions which almost all programmers use to manage the allocation of SAVE AREA's and BASE REGISTERS. Other than that, the book is up-to-date including the expanded addressing of the newer machines -- a neat trick.
This a well-written introduction to IBM z/Architecture assembly language - aimed probably at Freshmen CS students. Very amazing for someone just getting started. It lacks info of more advanced books - however it is easily understood.
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