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Using Assembly Language Paperback – January, 1987
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This revised edition of the classic makes sure programmers have all the goods on Microsoft's and Borland's keystone products. Explains how to incorporate efficient assembly language code into high-level language applications. Provides tips and hints for selecting the best environment for the user's requirements. Comprehensive reference section with detailed descriptions of all the DOS/BIOS services. Covers MASM 6 & TASM 3. -- Que Corp --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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