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Encapsulating term for bytecode and assembly? [closed]

I am currently writing a paper which talks a lot about Java bytecode and x86 assembly.I'm having the problem of having to say "bytecode & assembly" a lot which is repetitive. I was wondering if ...
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Creation of an Assembler [closed]

I've always been interested in how programming languages are created, so for the past 8 months I've been researching, practicing and more about the creation of compilers. I've been able to quite ...
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What do the x86 AND and SHR instructions mean? [closed]

I'm learning x86 assembly, and I'd like to know, what do the CPU instructions "and" and "shr" mean? Can anyone help me with that? Please show an example of how they are used in a peace of code. Thank ...
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Is there much difference between X86 Assembly language on Windows and Linux?

I'm a complete beginner at Assembly, and my aim is to learn as much as I can to do with Assembly to one day I can reach expert level (I know I'm way off right now, but you never know). My only problem ...
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will an assembly language book for intel x86 processor be compatible with amd processors?

I'm wanting to get an assembly book to learn assembly, and was wandering if i get a book for intel x86 processor will there be any problems assembling the code on an amd processor?
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What is the difference between Times and Dup in Assembly Language?

In a bootloader, the second last line is : TIMES 510-($-$$) db 0 Now, will this command also do the same : db 510-($-$$) DUP (0) If not why? I know what TIMES does, but its not mentioned ...
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Purpose of NOP instruction and align statement in x86 assembly

It has been a year or so since I last took an assembly class. In that class, we were using MASM with the Irvine libraries to make it easier to program in. After we'd gone through most of the ...
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Is there a canonical book on x86 assembly? [closed]

There are lots of books on assembly. However, they usually deal with ISAs about which I don't care, such as MIPS or ARM. I don't deal with these architectures; there's no reason for me to try to learn ...