MC68000 Assembly Language Programming
Edward Arnold, 1991 - Assembler language (Computer program language) - 344 pages
The Motorola MC 68000 family of microprocessors is used in many microcomputers ranging from single board development systems up to professional workstations. It continues to be employed in business and industrial applications. The second edition of this introduction has been totally revised to cover the latest advances in microprocessor technology.
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Introduction to Computer Systems
Assembly Language Programming
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absolute addressing ACIA ADD.W address register indirect addressing mode Appendix array ASCII assembler assembly language base address byte Bytronic Chapter character clear clock computer system condition code Control Register counter data area Data Direction Register data lines data register DBRA DC.W decimal define destination operand display double buffered effective address enable exception vector table execution hexadecimal I/O device I/O registers initialise input instruction interrupt request interrupt service routine JSR WRTEXT Kaycomp keyboard label loaded long word machine code main program memory address microcomputer modules monitor Motorola MOVE MOVE.W MOVEM MOVEQ operating system output parallel interface parameters PGCR port printer processor program loop pseudo-operator reset rotate source operand specified status bit Status Register STOP PROGRAM submode subroutine switch timer transmit TRAP 14 variables word value WRCHAR WRDECW write WRLINE XREF