Programming & Interfacing the 6502, with Experiments
Programming the 6502. Introduction to microcomputers. Simple input/output techniques. Logical operations. Arithmetic operations. Branches and loops. Register-shift instructions. Indexed addressing. Subroutines, the stack, and interrupts. Interval timers. Interfacing the 6502. Address decoding. Control signals, output ports, and applications. Data bus, buffering, and applications. Decimal, binary and hexadecimal number systems. Instruction set summary. Microcomputer technical data. Pin configurations of frequently used SN7400-series chips. Pin configurations of 81LS97.
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