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Course : Assembly and Machine Languages


    Course Elements
An assembly language is a lower level language that is assigned for a specific type of processor. Machine language is the one which is the output of converting the assembly by an assembler, compiler or interpreter. This course talks about:

> Features of Assembly and Machine Languages.
> Relationship between the two languages.
> Difference poles of the two languages.
> Syntaxes used in the two languages.

  • Introduction
  • Boolean Operators
  • MIPS Assembly
  • MIPS Architecture and Logical Operators
  • Translating Assembly language into machine code
  • Simple MIPS subprograms
  • MIPS memory - the data segment
  • Assembly Language program control structures
  • Arrays
  • Allocating arrays in memory
  • Printing an array
  • Bubble Sort


In computer programming, assembly and machine languages form the base of a program. To understand the program for a programmer, machine language is important and to convert the language assembly language is the base. The learning outcomes of this course are:

> Relationship of Machine and Assembly Language.
> Process of conversion of data.
> Difference between the two languages.
> Concepts of Assembler, Compiler and Interpreter.
> Different types of assemblers.
> Potential working environment that is required.
> Language design and terminology of conversion.
> Understanding through code examples.




By Max O Well

The language of this course is very easy to understand. All the concepts are relevant to form the foundation of programmer. I rate this course five on five because of its completeness and accuracy.

By Cartier Next

I have been working with Assembly and Machine Languages since a decade. This course has provided a fresh outlook on the old languages. Its practical codes are very useful.

By David Walker

Assembly and machine language concepts are not simple for a new programmer like me. This course has provided me the foundation of basics to work with languages.

By Ernest Bay

Learning about the relationship between Assembly and Machine Languages was effortless with this course. I am happy to invest my hard work in this course. It is very fruitful.

By James Bind

All the topics explained in this course satisfactorily explained the topics. There is no irrelevant information and is very well formed. It is a step-by step foundation course on Assembly and Machine language.


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