Volume5 - Volume Five: Advanced Procedures This volume...

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V olume Fi v e: Adv anced Pr ocedur es This v olume be gins the discussion of some specialized information that is of interest to those w anting to become adv anced assembly lan - guage programmers. Man y of the techniques appearing in this v ol - ume rarely fi nd their w ay into typical assembly language programs; this is not because this material is unimportant, b ut, rather , because most assembly language programs are not written by adv anced assembly language programmers. This v olume is also of interest to those intending to write compilers or other language translators. This v olume discusses the run-time en vironments that may high le v el lan - guages use. Chapter One: Thunks This chapter chapter describes a special type of indirect procedure call known as the thunk . Thunks are useful for deferring the execution of sequences of code in the program. Chapter Two: Low Level Iterator Implementation This chapter discusses how to implement itera- tors in "pure" assembly language (a topic too
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