CSCI 212: Machine Organization and Assembly Language

An introduction to Assembly Language programming. Language syntax is covered, together with a study of the instruction set mnemonics, segment, index, pointer, general purpose and flag registers. A variety of memory addressing techniques will be covered, as well as stack operations, particularly those associated with passing parameters to subroutine calls. Also includes I/O to screen, printer, and disk interfaces. Emphasis will be placed on interaction between the student’s code and the operating system’s supplied functions for I/O to peripheral devices. Use of editor and debugging tools will also be addressed.

Taken at Palomar College in lieu of CSUMB’s CST 237 (Intro to Computer Architecture)


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