The Art of 64-Bit Assembly, Volume 1: x86-64 Machine Organization and Programming

The Art of 64-Bit Assembly, Volume 1: x86-64 Machine Organization and Programming

A new assembly language programming book from a well-loved master. Art of 64-bit Assembly Language capitalizes on the long-lived success of Hyde’s seminal The Art of Assembly Language.

Randall Hyde’s The Art of Assembly Language has been the go-to book for learning assembly language for decades. Hyde’s latest work, Art of 64-bit Assembly Language is the 64-bit version of this popular text. This book guides you through the maze of assembly language programming by showing how to write assembly code that mimics operations in High-Level Languages. This leverages your HLL knowledge to rapidly understand x86-64 assembly language.

This new work uses the Microsoft Macro Assembler (MASM), the most popular x86-64 assembler today. Hyde covers the standard integer set, as well as the x87 FPU, SIMD parallel instructions, SIMD scalar instructions (including high-performance floating-point instructions), and MASM’s very powerful macro facilities. You’ll learn in detail: how to implement high-level language data and control structures in assembly language; how to write parallel algorithms using the SIMD (single-instruction, multiple-data) instructions on the x86-64; and how to write stand alone assembly programs and assembly code to link with HLL code. You’ll also learn how to optimize certain algorithms in assembly to produce faster code.

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