68000 Family Assembly Language, Volume 1
Features: provides a clear, detailed, and readable discussion of 68000 assembly language programming, and covers the most up-to-date information on the Motorola 68000 microprocessor family; covers advanced 68000 topics often omitted in other printed references, such as the use of LINK and UNLINK instructions; and contains a bound-in 68000 simulator software 3 1/2" disk that lets users test assembly language code on IBM-compatible computers.
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Introduction to the 68000
The 68000s Addressing Modes
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32 bits ACIA ADD.B address register indirect addressing modes arithmetic ASCII assembly language binary bit field branch breakpoint buffer bus error byte C-bit cache called character clear CMP.B command Condition codes contents control register coprocessor cross-assembler data register decimal destination operand digits effective address example exception vector executed EXIT Figure floating point function hardware hexadecimal input instruction interrupt request least-significant loaded logical longword loop M0VE M0VEA.L macro mantissa memory location microprocessor module most-significant bit MOVE.B offset operating system output parameter perform peripheral PI/T port processor program counter register D0 register indirect addressing reset result shift sign-extended simulator source operand specified stack frame stack pointer status register stored string subroutine Syntax task timer trace transfer TRAP two's complement word X N Z V C X-bit Z-bit zero