Visual C++ Optimization with Assembly Code – Yury Magda – 1st Edition

Description

Describing how the can be used to develop highly effective C++ applications, this guide covers the of 32-bit applications for Windows. Areas of focus include optimizing high-level , creating effective mathematical algorithms, and working with strings and arrays.

Code optimization is considered for the Intel platform, taking into account features of the latest models of Intel Pentium processors and how using code in C++ applications can improve application . The use of an assembler to optimize C++ applications is examined in two ways, by developing and compiling Assembly modules that can be linked with the main program written in C++ and using the built-in assembler. Microsoft .Net 2003 is explored as a programming tool, and both the MASM 6.14 and IA-32 assembler compilers, which are used to compile source modules, are considered.

Table of Content


1: Developing Efficient Program Code
2: Optimizing Calculation Algorithms
3: Developing and Using Procedures in Assembly Language
4: Optimizing C++ Logical Structures with Assembly Language
5: Assembly Module Interface to C++ Programs
6: Developing and Using Assembly Subroutines
7: Linking Assembly Modules with C++ .NET Programs
8: Dynamic Link Libraries and Their Development in Assembly Language
9: Basic Structures of Visual C++ .NET 2003 Inline Assembler
10: Inline Assembler and Application Optimization. MMX and SSE Technologies
11: Optimizing Multimedia Applications with Assembly Language
12: Optimizing Multithread Applications with Assembly Language
13: C++ Inline Assembler and Windows Time Functions
14: Using Assembly Language for System Programming in Windows
15: Optimizing Procedure-Oriented Applications and System Services

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