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Assembly Language

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This course on Assembly language highlights Register operands used in the x86 mov instruction and explores the difference between Intel and AT&T syntaxes. The x86 mov instruction is one of a very useful instructions used in the powerful x86 Instruction set architecture. 

 In the course you will explore the powerful x86 architecture with examples. The first part will discuss the different combinations of x86 mov instruction and all the possible combinations of source and destinations that a mov instruction can possibly have. We teach you on how the compilers implement high-level C programming constructs in x86 assembly. Further it discusses GNU based assembler and their differences to the intel assembly syntax. There is a detailed discussion about these two different syntaxes used by different communities working on different platforms.


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Created on 06 Sep 23 and last modified on 06 Sep 23


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