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I am disappointed that this book doesn't even talk about assembly language. The author has clearly created his own high level wrapper of the language itself and calls it "High Level Assembly", which looks like a mix of assembly, C, and Pascal. The author states that HLA makes assembly easier to learn and it is intended for beginners learning the basics of programming or people coming from a high-level language and going down to a lower one. But why would a beginner start from assembly? And why would a high-level programmer waste time reading a 800+ page book and just get a "preview" of assembly?
The book, however, is well-crafted and the author claiming it was… Read more