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Chapter One 1. Charles Babbage 3. Herman Hollerith 5. Intel Corporation 9. Grace Hopper Complex Instruction Set Computer Currently 1T byte using a bit address Protected memory or extended memory An early operating system called the Disk Operating System Video Electronics Standards Association Universal Serial Bus Extended Memory System System Area The BIOS controls the computer at its most basic level and provides for compatibility between computers.

The microprocessor is the controlling element in a computer system. Address bus The Unicode is the bit alphanumeric code used with Windows DB Chapter Two 1. Program visible register are the registers that are directly used in an instruction. The through the Core2 5. Odd The through the Core2 Stack Any location in the memory system Descriptor 20H, local table, a privilege ring 1 The internal cache is loaded with the base address, offset address, and access rights byte The flat mode memory system is used with bit operation of the Core2.

Chapter Three 1. The register sizes must be equal, bit cannot be fit into 8-bits 9. CODE Opcode It ends the program by exiting to the operating system Indirect addressing Memory to memory transfers are not allowed with the MOV instruction A far jump always a jump to any location in the memory map Places the bit contents of he register array onto the stack The contents of CS will change causing an unpredictable jump CS If the direction flag is cleared it selects auto-increment for the string instructions and if the direction flag is set is selects auto-decrement.

MOVS A 4-bit number is loaded into RAZ from the data segment memory location addressed by ESI and then ESI is either incremented or decrement by 8 depending on the setting of the direction flag.

DX register The segment override prefix allows the default segment to be changed to any segment DX is copied into CX if a not zero or not equal condition exists. The program terminates and control is passed back to the operating system. The uses directive specifies which registers are saved on the stack at the beginning of a procedure and popped at the end of the procedure.

If the model statement precedes the processor directive the code generated is 16bit. Chapter Five 1. No instruction is available to add to a segment register. Both instructions subtract, but compare doe not return the difference, it only changes the flag bits to reflect the difference. AH contains the most significant part of the result and AL contains the least significant part of the result. AX RAX The only difference is that the logical product is lost after TEST. AL is compared with the byte contents of the extra segment memory location addressed by DI.

An equal condition or if CX decrements to 0 Chapter Six 1. Far jump 5. A label followed by a single colon is a short of near address and a double colon denotes a far address. The code segment register and the instruction address register A JO instruction jumps on an overflow condition Tests the contents of CX and jumps if it is zero. CX RCX An infinite loop is created. BREAK can be used to break out of a. WHILE construct. The main difference between a near and a far call is the distance from the call and the type of call and return that assembles.

The near return retrieves the return address from the stack and places it into the instruction address register. PROC The RET 6 deletes 6 bytes from the stack before returning from a procedure.

INT An interrupt vector contains the offset address followed by the segment address in 4 bytes of memory. WAIT Chapter Seven 1. No, macro sequences and dot commands are not supported by the inline assembler.

Labels are defined in the inline assembler exactly as they are in the assembler. EAX 7. Dot commands are not usable in the inline assembler. The main difference is that when using the bit version a program should attempt to use only 8- and bit registers, while when using the bit version a program should attempt to use 8- and bit registers.

The conio header allows the putch getche functions to be used in a program. The disp procedure divides by the number base and saves the remainders to generate a number in any number base. It defines that the GetIt function has a single integer passed to it and returns nothing. A control is usually some visible object that is obtained from the tool box in most cases.

It is a bit pointer. External procedures are defined using the extern prototype. The green arrow is clicked in the development environment.

An ActiveX control is a control such as an edit box or textbox used to build a visual application. Chapter Eight 1. Object 3. Library 5. EXTRN indicates that a label is outside of the current program module. Only the function used from the library file are placed in a program. A macro sequence is a short list of instruction placed in a program when the macro is invoked. The include directive allows a file containing macros to be included in a program.

Refer to Table The MouseEventsArg Clicks is a 2 for double click. The Color class contains most common colors.

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