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You never really learn assembly language You can improve your skills over time, by reading good books on the subject, by reading good code that others have written, and most of all, by writing lots and lots of code yourself But at no point will you be able to stand up and say, I know it You shouldn't feel bad about this In fact, I take some encouragement from occasionally hearing that Michael Abrash, author of Zen of Assembly Language, Zen of Code Optimization, and his giant compendium Michael Abrash's Graphics Programming Black Book, has learned something new about assembly language Michael has been writing high-performance assembly code for almost 20 years and has evolved into one of the two or three best assembly language programmers in the Western hemisphere If Michael is still learning, is there hope for the rest of us Wrong question Silly question If Michael is still learning, it means that all of us are students and will always be students It means that the journey is the goal, and as long as we continue to probe and hack and fiddle and try things we never tried before, that over time we will advance the state of the art and create programs that would have made the pioneers in our field catch their breath in 1977 For the point is not to conquer the subject, but to live with it, and grow with your knowledge of it The journey is the goal, and with this book I've tried hard to help those people who have been frozen with fear at the thought of starting the journey, staring at the complexity of it all and wondering where the first brick in that Yellow Brick Road might be It's here, with nothing more than the conviction that you can do it I got out of school in recession year 1974 with a BA in English, summa cum laude, and not much in reliable prospects outside of driving a cab I finessed my way into a job with Xerox Corporation, repairing copy machines Books were fun, but paperwork makes money-so I picked up a tool bag and had a fine old time for several years, before finessing my way into a computer programming position But I'll never forget that first awful moment when I looked over the shoulder of an accomplished technician at a model 660 copier with its panels off, to see what looked like a bottomless pit of little cams and gears and drums and sprocket chains turning and flipping and knocking switch actuators back and forth Mesmerized by the complexity, I forgot to notice that a sheet of paper had been fed through the machine and turned into a copy of the original document I was terrified of never learning what all the little cams did and missed the comforting simplicity of the Big Picture-that a copy machine makes copies That's Square One-discover the Big Picture Ignore the cams and gears for a bit You can do it Find out what's important in holding the Big Picture together (ask someone if it's not obvious) and study that before getting down to the cams and gears Locate the processes that happen Divide the Big Picture into subpictures See how things flow Only then should you focus on something as small and as lost in the mess as an individual cam or switch That's how you conquer complexity, and that's how I've presented assembly language in this book Some might say I've shorted the instruction set, but covering the instruction set was never the real goal here The real goal was to conquer your fear of the complexity of the subject, with some metaphors and some pictures and some funny stories to bleed the tension away Did it work You tell me I'd really like to know
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