Programming & Interfacing the 6502, with Experiments

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H. W. Sams, 1980 - 6502 (Microprocessor) - 414 pages
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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Dr. Marvin DeJong received his Ph.D. in astronomy from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1965 after receiving a M.S. degree in physics from Clarkson college of Technology and an A.B. in Physics from Hope College. He came to the College of the Ozarks in 1967, where he is presently Professor of Physics. He has also taught at Ohio State University, the University of Nebraska, and at the Air Force Academy where he taught a course on transforming Physics Content with New Technologies.

He has published six books with Addison-Wesley, 1991 and has written over 80 scientific articles and papers and conducted a number of workshops. He won the Distinguished Service Citation from the American Association of Physics Teachers in 1987 and is a member and past chair of the AAPT Area Committee on Computers in Physics Education.

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