Assembler Assessment

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Assembler for 386+ CPU's is a hardware specific programming language used to get greater speed, to reduce the size of bootstraps or embedded systems, as well as to get greater control of I/O or systems structures. This assessment is designed to measure the programming skills of an Assembler programmer of any subfield of 386+ Assembler.

An assessment for Assembler for IBM Mainframes is also available.

Number of questions 40
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Instruction Set
MASM Syntax
Miscellaneous
Optimization
Register Use
System Structures
Tasks tested @code
@F
AGI
AX addressing
BTB
BX addressing
Cache size
Call gates
Conditional branches
Correct an error
divide
EAX addressing
EBP addressing
EFLAGS
ESP addressing
FAR
GDT descriptors
I/O delays
IDIV instruction
IMUL instruction
JECXZ
LEA
LEAVE
LMSW
Macros
NOP
NOT
OUT
PUSH
rep movsb
Sample code
Segment Overrides
Segment Registers
Simplified Segment Directives
TASM size override
Test and clear a bit
TSS
U/V pipes
Upgrading 386 code
XCHG
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)