Introduction to Microcomputing

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Wiley, Jan 17, 1989 - Computers - 832 pages
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This 6800-based presentation gives detailed coverage of flowcharting, algorithm development, and assembly language, while providing all the necessary skills and background for programming microcomputers. New to the Second Edition are chapters on interfacing the 6800, interfacing the PIA, other microprocessors in the 6800 family, and the 6809 microprocessor. Incorporates many pedagogical aids: learning objectives begin each chapter, new terms appear in boldface, worked examples illustrate concepts, and review questions conclude each chapter. Contains two extensive sets of exercises: Set A, with answers in the back of the book, and Set B, with answers in a separate Solutions Manual.

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Introduction to Computers Microprocessors
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Number Codes
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Nonnumerical Computer Codes
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