Assembly Language and Systems Programming for the M68000 Family

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1996 - Computers - 1134 pages
 

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Contents

Chapter
3
Chapter
4
Exercises
13
Chapter
15
MACHINE ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAMMING
59
Terminals 70 Printers
72
ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING
101
INTRODUCTION TO BRANCHING
149
HIGHLEVEL LANGUAGE RUNTIME ENVIRONMENT
455
Chapter DATASTRUCTURES
517
Appendix B M68000 FAMILY OF SUPERVISOR PRIVILEGED
519
communication INTERFACE PROGRAMMING
573
Exercises
635
EXCEPTION PROCESSING
641
Exercises
722
Programming Exercises
731

9
162
Exercises
204
ARRAYS AND STACKS
211
Exercises
259
Programming Exercises
266
SUBROUTINES
269
EXTENDED ARITHMETIC ON THE MC68000
317
CHARACTER HANDLING
393
Exercises
448
ADVANCED M68000 SYSTEM TOPICS
789
Exercises
886
Appendix A M68000 FAMILY OF INTEGER INSTRUCTIONS
A-113
COPROCESSOR INSTRUCTIONS Al69
A-170
INPUTOUTPUT LIBRARIES AI83
A-184
Appendix E CONDITION CODE COMPUTATIONS A2
A-212
Appendix F ASCII CODE CHART A215
A-218
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DONALD H. FORD, PhD, was, until his retirement in 1995, a professor of biobehavioral health and individual and family studies as well as Chair of the Department of Biobehavioral Health at Pennsylvania State University. A prolific author, his recent books include Developmental Systems Theory, Humans as Self-Constructing Living Systems: A Developmental Perspective on Behavior and Personality, and Humans as Self-Constructing Living Systems: Putting the Framework to Work.

HUGH B. URBAN, PhD, was, until retiring in 1986, a professor of psychology, director of human development and family studies at Pennsylvania State University, and a consulting psychologist with Counseling Service, Inc. His recent publications include The Concept of Development from a Systems Perspective, and Dysfunctional Systems: Understanding Pathology.Don Ford and Hugh Urban have been collaborators for four decades. In addition to teaching clinical psychology at Penn State, they created and ran a comprehensive program of psychological services for students and their families; and founded and directed the College of Health and Human Development, a multidisciplinary professional training institution, within which they created and ran several programs in human development and family studies and biobehavioral health.

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