System Programming

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According to New Revised Syllabus w.e.f. 2015-16 PUNE, Maharashtra (INDIA)

TY Computer Science

Text Book of

Systems Programming

Author : Madhukar Shelar and Sampada Vaishampayan

Book ID : 1677

Price: 160/-

EQPS FREE

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Contents

1. Introduction

1. Types of Program 

2. Difference between System Programming and Application Programming

3. Elements of Programming Environment    

4. Simulation of Simple Computer

2. Editors

1. Introduction

2. Definition and Need/Purpose of Editor  

3. Types of Editor  

4. Structure of Editor

3. Assembler   

1. Introduction

2. Features of Assembly Language    

3. Statement Format 

4. Design of an Assembler 

5. Pass Structure of Assembler 

6. Advanced Assembler Directives    

7. Pass I of the Assembler

8. Pass II of Assembler   

9. Factors Affecting the Pass Structure of Assembler

10.Comparison of Single Pass and Two Pass Assembler

4. Macros and Macro Processor  

1. Introduction

2. Macro Definition and Call   

3. Macro Expansion  

4. Nested Macro Calls

5. Advanced Macro Facilities   

6. Design of Macro Preprocessor

7. Processing of Nested Macro Calls 

8. Macro Assembler  

9. Comparison of Macro Preprocessor and Macro Assemble

5. Compiler Design Options

1. Interpreter 

2. P-Code Compiler

6. Linker and Loader

1. Introduction

2. Binding

3. Relocation and Linking Concepts  

4. Relocatability of Programs  

5. Object File Formats

7. Debuggers and Development Utilities    

1. Introduction

2. Debugging Functions and Capabilities   

3. Types of Debuggers

4. Development Utilities on Unix/Linux

8. Operating System as System Software

1. Introduction

2. What Operating System Do?   

3. Computer System Architecture

4. Operating System Operation  

5. Process Management

6. Memory Management

7. Storage Management

8. Protection and Security

9. Distributed Systems    

10.Special Purpose Systems

11.Computing Environment

9. System Structure 

1. Introduction

2. Operating System Services   

3. User Operating System Interface  

4. System Calls

5. Types of System Calls