Course syllabus for CPSC 365 Computer Programming: PC Assembler
Course description: Introduces the Intel 8086 microprocessor, information representation inside the machine, 8086/88 assembly language ( TASM, TLINK, DEBUG), MS/PC-DOS, and the use ofBIOS and DOS functions to do I/O and file manipulations. The environment to run the assigned programs is an IBM PC or compatible computer. Requires a substantial commitment of time for the completion of programming assignments. Prerequisite: At least one high level programming language.
Sweiss, George, "CPSC 365 Computer Programming: PC Assembler" (2000). Computer Science Syllabi. 21.