Microprocessor Systems: A 16 Bit Approach, Volume 1
"The problem"; The microprocessor; Simple programs and the MC68000; Simple programs and the iAPX 86/10; Programs with loops; Input/output control; Program segmentation; Parallel interfaces; Serial interfaces; Data structures; Finishing "the problem".
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16 bits ADD.W address register addressing modes array ASCII assembler assembly language BEQ.S binary BRA.S branch called character chip clear clock CLR.L CMPI.B condition codes Control Register cycle Data Register decimal Decrement destination device display effective address entry Example executed exit floating-point Fortran hexadecimal iAPX increment INDEX input instruction set Intel interface interrupt service routine keyboard label length lines long word low-order main program mantissa memory location microprocessor mnemonic Motorola Move MOVE.W operand operation Otherwise output overflow parity Peripheral Data Register problem processor program counter program segment PUSH quotient reset result Return from subroutine setpoint sign bit signals space stack pointer starting Status Register string struction subroutine subtraction Syte Test tion TOWERS unsigned magnitudes unsigned-magnitude USART word in memory write zero