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Unformatted text preview: • Be familiar with the floating-point unit and the histrory of Intel Processors • Understand how memory is addressed in proteced mode and real-address mode • Know the basic components of a microcomputer • Understand the different levels of input-output Chapter 3 After reading this Chapter, you should be able to understand or do each of the following: • Know how to represent integer constants, expressions, real number constants, character constants, and string constants in assembly language • Know how to formulate assembly language instructions, using valid syntax • Understand the difference between instructions and directives • Be able to code, assemble, and execute a program that adds and subtracts integers • Be able to create variables using all standard assembly language data types • Be able to define symbolic constants • Be able to calculate the size of arrays at assembly time...
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- Fall '08
- Assembly Language, X86, Intel, protected mode, Intel Processors Understand