This book is the ideal successor to Pappas and Murray's 80386 Assembly Language Programming. It begins with advanced memory segmentation and proceeds to the internal four-level protection hierarchy, multitasking, demand paging, system security, 8086/80186/80286 emulation, and intertask communication. Example programs to study, assemble, and run are an integral part of each chapter. By the time you finish the book, these programs will add up to a working real-time, multitasking kernel.This book is the ideal successor to Pappas and Murraya#39;s 80386 Assembly Language Programming.
|Title||:||Advanced 80386 Programming Techniques|
|Publisher||:||Tata McGraw-Hill Education - 2005-01-01|