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Course : Assembly Language Programming


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Assembly Language programming is a lower level programming language. It first appeared in 1949. It works with a specific environment and requires a particular architecture and operating system to work and program. This course about assembly language is focused on the following:

> Concepts and Introduction to assembly language.
> The working architecture of assembly programming.


  • Introduction
  • First programs in MIPS assembly
  • MIPS arithmetic and Logical Operators
  • Translating Assembly Language into Machine Code
  • Simple MIPS Subprograms
  • MIPS memory - the data segment
  • Assembly language program control structures
  • Reentrant Subprograms
  • Recursion
  • Arrays

By Jessica Paul

Assembly language is very new to me; I enrolled in this course to get my basics clear. This course has certainly helped in doing so. I am so happy to give my time into something really good. Big thanks!

By John Walter

This course is created very thoughtfully. It starts with the basics and goes on with the expert level. Ii has catered to all my questions and queries in no time.

By Ruby Hall

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By Ben Lee

I enrolled myself into this course with a very doubtful mind. But to my surprise, this course has turned out to be very advantageous in learning about Assembly language. It has covered all the relevant topics about the language.