Introduction to microcomputers and microprocessors
Basic structure of microcomputers and microprocesors; Basic programming techbniquews; Input and output Arithmetic operations; Arithmetic and logic circuit; The main memory; Additional features.
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BASIC STRUCTURE OF MICROCOMPUTERS
S BASIC PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES
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2's-complement representation 8-bit word accumulator adder addition addressing mode arithmetic operations array assembler assembly-language program base BCD code BCD numbers bidirectional binary number binary-coded decimal complement consists contents of memory contents of register control information control unit data flow data paths decimal number decoder described in Example digits Example 2.6 execute phase expressed fetch phase floating-point representation flow chart fractional bits full adder hexadecimal Hexadecimal Number higher-level programming language I/O devices I/O register I/O section input device instruction register integer number interrupt interrupt request loaded logic circuits macroinstructions main memory mantissa microcom microcomputer microprocessor microprogrammed NUMBER SYSTEMS octal octal number operand output buffers output devices parity check peripheral devices processor cycle program counter programming language puter queue read-only memory result sequence shown in Figure sign bit specified memory location stack stored subroutine SUBROUTINE LINKAGES subtraction subtractors Table tion To/from word length