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Old 09-19-2023, 11:58
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Post x86_x64 assembly language programming

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The purpose of this text is to provide a reference for University level assembly language and systems programming courses.
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Dear Friends;

If you are a newbie on Assembly programming x86_64 architecture Ed Jergensen's book is an awesome source to start:

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hXXp://www.egr.unlv.edu/~ed/x86.html
hXXp://www.egr.unlv.edu/~ed/assembly64.pdf
You can freely download his book from the link above.
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x64 programming on Linux in assembly is now gaining new importance for mission critical applications.
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x64 programming on Linux in assembly is now gaining new importance for mission critical applications.
Nearly all mobile devices are running on ARM and nearly all routers are running on MIPS. x86_64 was already important, our servers still running on those processors. If some architecture is gaining importance I think it is AArch64!
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Nearly all mobile devices are running on ARM and nearly all routers are running on MIPS. x86_64 was already important, our servers still running on those processors. If some architecture is gaining importance I think it is AArch64!
Yeah! ARM, ARM and more ARM... Our mobiles are the main reason for the rapid gain in importance of this platform!
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Nearly all mobile devices are running on ARM and nearly all routers are running on MIPS. x86_64 was already important, our servers still running on those processors. If some architecture is gaining importance I think it is AArch64!

Maybe its time to make a new, ARM64 OS section.
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Maybe its time to make a new, ARM64 OS section.
Yeah! Not an ARM64 but an ARM section would be good. Covers 32 bit also.
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Very interesting this:
https://www.reuters.com/technology/n...el-2023-10-23/

ARM now going mainstream for Microsoft.
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