Introduction To MIPS Assembly Language Programming by Charles W. Kann
English | PDF | 174 Pages | 2015 | ISBN : N/A | 5.08 MB
One of the major goals of computer science is to use abstraction to insulate the users from how the computer works. For instance, computers can interpret speech and use natural language processing to allow novice users to perform some pretty amazing tasks. Even programming languages are written to enhance the ability of the person writing the code to create and support the program, and a goal of most modern languages is to be hardware agnostic.