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  1-4 of 4 Reviews about "Intel 80386 (C.5.3...)": Date Reviewed
  Microsoft’s 80386/80486 programming guide (2nd ed.)
Nelson R., Microsoft Press, Redmond, WA, 1991.  Type: Book (9781556153433)

The most immediate mode of communication with a CPU is by means of its assembly language. Even though fewer and fewer major applications are written entirely in assembler, the need for well-crafted programs and routines in assembler re...

Sep 1 1993
  Intel’s official guide to 386 computing
Edelhart M., Osborne/McGraw-Hill, Berkeley, CA, 1991.  Type: Book (9780078816932)

The title of this book is misleading; it suggests that this work is an Intel-specific guide to the world of 80386 microcomputers. After reading the book, it is apparent that it is a nuts and bolts general-purpose guide for migrating fr...

Aug 1 1992
  The 80386 book: assembly language programmer’s guide for the 80386
Nelson R., Microsoft Press, Redmond, WA, 1988.  Type: Book (9789781556151385)

The subtitle, Assembly language programmer’s guide for the 80386, describes the author’s intent for this softcover contribution to computer literature quite well. Appropriately, he has also included the 80387...

Nov 1 1989
  Programming the Intel 80386
Smith B., Johnson M., Scott, Foresman & Co., Glenview, IL, 1987.  Type: Book (9789780673185686)

The authors have written a description of the Intel 80386 processor’s instruction set, addressing modes, timing considerations, modes of operation, and hardware characteristics. The target audience is the experienced assembly...

Oct 1 1987
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