A revised and expanded introduction to the IBM mainframe assembly language and architecture including:
- Addressing models
- Basic and extended instruction formats
- Operand addressing
- The Program Status Word
- Subroutine linkage
- Input output
- Character & bit manipulation
- The decimal (BCD) programming facility
The book includes more than 40 pages of comprehensive programming examples.
Designed to be used in conjunction with the Windows/Linux based open source, z390 mainframe emulator.
Assumes no prior knowledge of assembly language programming. Get it here: