Inside the Computer Hardware

I just wrote my first few programs in the assembly language. It’s really interesting to see how computers execute instructions under-the-hood. I recommend to you computer programmers that you try out a few of your own programs in assembly. It can be a pain, but you’ll understand the basics of what computers are doing behind the scenes! You can download MARS here, which is a MIPS Assembly Language IDE:¬†

Having said that, I probably won’t write assembly again after I graduate. But, who knows.

I’ll post my assembly programs in my “Code” section soon!

One thought on “Inside the Computer Hardware

  1. The Otaku Judge February 11, 2014 / 6:23 pm

    Sounds hard. I never graduated beyond typing out Pac Man clones in BASIC when I owned an Amstrad CPC. :-)

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