Assembly languages are fascinating. We can define them as languages thatare close enough to the metal for a processor to execute - distinctly,they are the low-level languages that users don't interact withdirectly, but that can be composed to form the minimal underpinnings ofa system.
They must be resource-aware in some way.
You Won’t Believe This One Weird CPU Instruction! - Vaibhav SagarAnatomy of a Binary Executable · Matt OswaltKeystone – The Ultimate Assembler: Multi-architecture assembler framework. Wild!
Architecture of Consoles \| A Practical Analysis: Rundown of the architecture of a variety of consoles and how these systems are implemented. Wild!
Douglas Hawkins — Understanding the Tricks Behind the JIT -YouTube: How does the JVMmitigate the runtime costs of dynamic features? It "spins up" with themfor the most part!
How to write a (toy) JVM GitHub -aalhour/Assembler.hack: 16-bit machine code assembler for the HackA… MulticsSimulator GitHub -vascofazza/8bit-cpu: Schematics & code for my 74LS-based 8-bit MK1CPU GitHub -michelhe/rustboyadvance-ng: RustBoyAdvance-NG is a Nintendo™ GameBo… Writing a CHIP-8emulator with Rust andWebAssemblyExcamera: ??
The radix 251 trick: Faster addition on modern CPUs.