Volume1 - Advanced numeric and non-numeric computer data...

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Beta Draft - Do not distribute © 2001, By Randall Hyde Page 1 V olume One: Data Repr esentation Chapter One: Foreword An introduction to this text and the purpose behind this text. Chapter Two:Hello, World of Assembly Language A brief introduction to assembly language programming using the HLA language. Chapter Three:Data Representation A discussion of numeric representation on the computer. Chapter Four:More Data Representation
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Unformatted text preview: Advanced numeric and non-numeric computer data rep-resentation. Chapter Five: Questions, Projects, and Laboratory Exercises Test what you’ve learned in the previous chapters! These five chapters are appropriate for all courses teaching machine organization and assembly language programming. V olume One:Data Representation Chapter T w o Page 2 © 2001, By Randall Hyde Beta Draft - Do not distribute...
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