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COMP.2030 Assembly Language Programming (Formerly 91.203)

Id: 008066 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


Presents the organization and operation of a conventional computer, including principal instruction types, data representation, addressing modes, program control, I/O, assembly language programming, including instruction mnemonics, symbolic addresses, assembler directives, system calls, and macros, the usage of text editors, symbolic debuggers, and loaders, and the use of pseudocode in guiding structured assembly language programming.


COMP.1020 Computing ll, and Co-req: COMP.2030L Assembly Language Lab.

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