z/Architecture General Machine Instructions
On Sale Now! Save 9% on the z/Architecture General Machine Instructions by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform at EMS Linux. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Assembler language is a symbolic programming language that is closest to the machine language. It uses mnemonics to produce the instructions to be
This book covers over 500 machine instructions of the z/Architecture - IBM's newest 64-bit instruction set architecture implemented by its mainframe computers.
z/Architecture retains backward compatibility with its predecessors all the way back to the 24-bit-addressing System/360. Therefore, this book presents not only the newest but also the "old" instructions. We have covered the most commonly used machine instructions.
z/Architecture is Each instruction is presented with a detailed description of its functionality and a real-life example.
The following topics are discussed:
- - Decimal Arithmetic
- - Signed Binary Arithmetic
- - Unsigned Binary Arithmetic
- - Unstructured Binary Data Manipulation
- - Bitwise Logic
- - Bitwise Shift and Rotation
- - Branch and Linkage
- - Address Manipulation
- - Data Type Conversion
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