From Johann 'Myrkraverk' Oskarsson@21:1/5 to All on Wed Mar 1 22:42:26 2023
Some time ago, I recall mentioning the book Assemblers and Loaders
(1993) by Salomon, somewhere on Usenet where /that public domain OS guy/
hangs out, which should be here too. The book is good, not /great/, but
I was only just going through it myself, and I learned most from doing
the project(s). I have mostly only done project 1-1, but reading the descriptions, and from my other experience, I know that extending the
projects isn't exactly hard, and I'll probably do that when I have an
assembler for a real system in my hands.
I did project 1-1 in Lua, which should trivially work on DOS.
The book has some failures, such as not [as far as I'm in it] discussing
how to handle opcodes that change according to context, such as the
infamous Intel MOV instruction. But for an introductory course, or a
start for someone [me] it's not too bad.
Anyway, that's my two cents,
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