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Topic: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Misters, recommend the link where it is possible to download/buy the book on the assembler for a platform x86. The main requirement - freshness of the book. Those books which at me are, old enough, from 15 years and are higher. It would be desirable fresh, modern and actual. I thank in advance.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, zverjuga, you wrote: Z> misters, recommend the link where it is possible to download/buy the book on the assembler for a platform x86. The main requirement - freshness of the book. Those books which at me are, old enough, from 15 years and are higher. It would be desirable fresh, modern and actual. Type "assembly language" on Amazon.com in section Books. Selecting the book, it is possible to look for it in  at desire.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, lpd, you wrote: lpd> Type "assembly language" on Amazon.com in section Books. Selecting the book, it is possible to look for it in  at desire. It would be desirable all the same in Russian. But as a variant - thanks.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, zverjuga, you wrote: Z> Hello, lpd, you wrote: lpd>> Type "assembly language" on Amazon.com in section Books. Selecting the book, it is possible to look for it in  at desire. Z> it would be desirable all the same in Russian. But as a variant - thanks. In Russian is even easier: ozon.ru Only on this subject it is not enough modern books, though one or two are.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, lpd, you wrote: lpd> In Russian is even easier: ozon.ru lpd> Only on this subject it is not enough modern books, though one or two are. In that and business, that is - old enough. Here also it is thought, really the subject so strongly faded (though in it is feeblly trusted)? Similar that now is more in   for microcontrollers, for for the microprocessor.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, zverjuga, you wrote: Z> in that and business, that is - old enough. Here also it is thought, really the subject so strongly faded (though in it is feeblly trusted)? Similar that now is more in   for microcontrollers, for for the microprocessor. Earlier the subject was more popular, when programmed under DOS or broke programs under Windows. To me knowledge 15 personally suffices prescription on 32 the assembler, and the new information I receive from articles and specifications. Besides, I do not see the big sense to translate books on programming, except the most basic since English all the same it is necessary to know, yes English and idle time in those. To the literature.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, zverjuga, you wrote: Z> misters, recommend the link where it is possible to download/buy the book on the assembler for a platform x86. The main requirement - freshness of the book. Those books which at me are, old enough, from 15 years and are higher. It would be desirable fresh, modern and actual. And unless the general programming maxims on the assembler exchanged for the last 15 years? There were only new commands and the 64-bit mode was added. If to understand, how programmed on the assembler 15 years ago, it is easy to familiarize with these innovations from the processor specification.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, Pzz, you wrote: Pzz> And unless the general programming maxims on the assembler exchanged for the last 15 years? Pzz> There were only new commands and the 64-bit mode was added. If to understand, how programmed on the assembler 15 years ago, it is easy to familiarize with these innovations from the processor specification. But unless there were no qualitative races in microprocessor development (new architecture) and operating systems for 15 years? Yes, it is possible to esteem also the specification, but the book all the same is better. The basic differences can and does not happen, but for certain on trifles it is a lot of that new appeared.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, zverjuga, you wrote: Z> but unless there were no qualitative races in microprocessor development (new architecture) and operating systems for 15 years? Yes, it is possible to esteem also the specification, but the book all the same is better. The basic differences can and does not happen, but for certain on trifles it is a lot of that new appeared. There was for the last 15 years nothing such qualitatively new that would not be before.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, Pzz, you wrote: Pzz> There were only new commands and the 64-bit mode was added. If to understand, how programmed on the assembler 15 years ago, it is easy to familiarize with these innovations from the processor specification. If to write application-oriented things yes, it is enough and specifications (though and it is desirable, that someone explained more normal language). If to want to understand some subtleties, for example, to passage in a 64-bit mode, under specifications it to do heavily.

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Re: The modern books on the assembler where to search?

Hello, zverjuga, you wrote: Z> misters, recommend the link where it is possible to download/buy the book on the assembler for a platform x86. The main requirement - freshness of the book. Those books which at me are, old enough, from 15 years and are higher. It would be desirable fresh, modern and actual. Yes, with new books on the assembler it is somehow rather bad on different to the reasons. Especially in Russian it is poorly books. From the oldest and actual it is possible to advise R.Z.Abljazov, - programming on the assembler on a platform x86-64. , 2011 https://www.ozon.ru/context/detail/id/6151449/ the Book any more absolutely new, but from advantages of the book that such things infrequently described in similar books as the correct passage in the 32-bit protected mode and then in a 64-bit mode are considered also. Programming APIC is considered and the multiprocessor (multinuclear) systems - it I generally in other books did not see. From minuses that there are no descriptions FPU, MMX, SSE *, AES and other commands. Absolutely anything is not present about optimization of commands. However the author it, probably also did not set as the purpose, in the book system things though there are also heads of programming in Win32 and Win64 are described in the core. Here http://programmersforum.ru/showthread.php?t=148248 some noted misprints. The author too is present. There are books of Jurova, Zubkov on the assembler, in the last issuings something is about SSE2 and . But if modern interest SIMD extensions it is necessary to search (except specifications) for separate articles and code samples. Something in Russian with it is absolutely feeble.