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Assembly language programming for the IBM systems 360 and 370 for OS and DOS

by Michael D. Kudlick

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Published by W.C. Brown in Dubuque, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • IBM 360 (Computer) -- Programming.,
  • IBM 370 (Computer) -- Programming.,
  • Assembler language (Computer program language)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael D. Kudlick.
    ContributionsKudlick, Michael D.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.8.I12 K82 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 603 p. :
    Number of Pages603
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2791521M
    ISBN 100697081664
    LC Control Number83219319

    It has a long history, having been developed by IBM in as the Report Program Generator — a tool to replicate punched card processing on the IBM — then updated to RPG II for the IBM System/3 in the late s, and since evolved into an HLL equivalent to COBOL and PL/I.. It remains a popular programming language on the IBM i operating system, which runs on IBM Power platform hardware. "The IBM Computer Organization and Assembly Language" by Gordon L. Bailes and Robert R. Riser "Assembler Language Programming: The IBM System/ Family" (Third Edition) by George Struble , pages, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Inc. ISBN

    A Simplified Approach to S/ Assembly Language Programming by Barbara J. Burian Assembler Language Programming The IBM System/ Family by George Struble Assembler Language Programming by Stern, Sager and Stern Assembler Language Programming for the IBM systems and for OS and DOS by Michael D. Kudlick. Books; Assembly Language Programming for the IBM Systems and for OS-DOS - Michael D. Kudlick - Paperback - 2nd ed; Assembly Language Programming for the IBM Systems and for OS-DOS - Michael D. Kudlick - Paperback - 2nd ed.

    DOS versions TOS/ TOS/ (Tape Operating System/, not a DOS as such and not so called) was an IBM operating system for the System/, used in the early days around to support the System/ Model 30 and similar platforms.. TOS, as per the "Tape" in the name, required a tape drive. It shared most of the code base and some manuals with IBM's DOS/ This revision includes greater coverage of architecture, earlier introduction to programming style, and expanded program examples. The text covers IBM mainframe assembly language and all the topics of the standard CS3 course. Appropriate for sophomore courses in assembly language programming /5(9).


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kudlick, Michael D. Assembly language programming for the IBM systems and for OS and DOS. Dubuque, Iowa: W.C. Brown, © Basic Assembly Language (BAL) is the commonly used term for a low-level programming language used on IBM System/ and successor mainframes.

Originally, "Basic Assembly Language" applied only to an extremely restricted dialect designed to run under control of IBM Basic Programming Support (BPS/) on systems with only 8 KB of main memory, and only a card reader, a card punch, and a.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Assembly Language Programming for the IBM Systems and for OS and DOS at 5/5. This book is about assembly language programming for the Fujitsu BS Mainframe and the IBM, ESA/, 93xx and z/System family of mainframe computers. The same assembly language was also used on the Univac 90/60, 90/70, and 90/80 mainframes.

Assembly language programming for the IBM systems and for OS and DOS Author(S) Michael D. Kudlick Publication Data Dubuque, Iowa: Company Publishers Publication€ Date Edition NA Physical Description XIII, p Subject Computer Subject Headings IBM PersoUncategorisedl Computer Programming Assembler language Computer.

This is the assembly language for the IBM // series of computers. One cannot program in assembly language without using some operating-system-specific coding. If nothing else, one must obey the proper linkage conventions. It is also necessary to interface with the OS for I/O operations, and this is usually done directly.

Like most of. OS/, officially known as IBM System/ Operating System, is a discontinued batch processing operating system developed by IBM for their then-new System/ mainframe computer, announced in ; it was influenced by the earlier IBSYS/IBJOB and Input/Output Control System (IOCS) packages for the IBM / [citation needed] and even more so by the PR Operating System for the IBM.

The assembler language is the symbolic programming language that lies closest to the machine language in form and content. The assembler language is useful when: You need to control your program closely, down to the byte and even the bit level. Currently, there are many instruction formats now available on all mainframe models: theSystem/ ("" or "S/"), ESA/ (""), and z/System ("Z").

Each instruction format, along with a breakdown and explanation of the format, is provided in the table below. The assembly language uses different addressing modes and addressing considerations. Assembling and linking a program The assembly language program defines the commands for assembling and linking a program.

Extended instruction mnemonics The assembler supports a set of extended mnemonics and symbols to simplify assembly language programming. Michael D. Kudlick is the author of Assembly Language Programming for the IBM Systems and for OS and DOS ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, p /5(3).

IBM & computer systems -- Assembly languages: IBM Operating System Assembler Language User lists with this item (1) 20 ( items). A lot of modern Assembly Language classes use AL as a sort of “introduction to computer architecture”, rather than treating it as a useful programming language.

That’s one path, and certainly valuable, but you might be better off finding a book fr. This document is intended to be used as a quick reference for the IBM Mainframe Assembler programmer using HLASM (High Level Assembler) or Assembler/H. The focus is on the and problem-state, non-floating point instructions running in an MVS or ZOS environment.

The programs may be compiled and executed on an IBM Mainframe System or a Windows System with Micro Focus. I have 25 years experience with IBM // assembly languge programming. Very good book. Good examples. I use it often.

It covers PRACTICAL, USEFUL techniques and facilities. I would welcome a new edition with more current MVS features, macros etc, as this is very well done. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive Assembly language fundamentals, /, OS/VS, DOS/VS Item Preview (Computer program language), IBM (Computer), IBM (Computer), IBM & computer systems Assembly languages: IBM Operating System Assembler Language Publisher Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Pub.

Introduction This sample program is written entirely in IBM Assembler. The program executes each of the problem-state, non-floating-point instructions in alphabetical sequence and will run as an MVS batch job on an IBM mainframe or as a project with Micro Focus Mainframe Express (MFE) running on a Windows System.

IBM System/, a bit mainframe computer system family announced by IBM's 2nd president, Thomas Watson, Jr. on April 7,and delivered between and The chief architect of System/ was Gene Amdahl, the project was managed by Fred Brooks. Assembler language (Computer program language), IBM (Computer), IBM (Computer), IBM & computer systems Assembly languages: IBM Operating System Assembler Language Publisher Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Pub.

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C $; Buy It Now ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING FOR IBM SYSTEMS AND By Michael D Kudlick.Writing OS-Level Code in Assembly Language for the Intel ix86 / IBM PC computer Edited by Don Stoner, Revision /03/23 (Always Under Construction). The author cannot be held responsible for any property damage, loss of data, or loss of health or life that might result from using this information.