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CSc 116 notes, contents

  1. Overview
  2. Number systems
  3. MIPS architecture
  4. Basic assembly language instructions
  5. Control structures
  6. Instruction formats and addressing modes
  7. Bit Fiddling operations
  8. Function calls, and the stack
  9. Recursion
  10. Floating point operations
  11. Other processor archictectures and assembly languages
  12. Intel processor - summary of "reduced instructions"
  13. C program structure

Notes for CSc 116 course in Assembly language using MIPS, a RISC processor, by Lin Jensen, winter 1999.

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