Programming a Microprocessor
The goal of this chapter is to investigate two commercial microprocessors and to learn to program them. There are many microprocessors on the market, and studying just two of them may seem limiting, but this is not the case. The microprocessors selected are the Motorola 6800 and the Intel 8080/8085 families, which are widely used in their own right. In addition, the Rockwell 6502 has many similarities to the Motorola 6800 and the Zilog Z-80 is related to the Intel 8080/8085.
KeywordsMemory Location Condition Code Main Program Program Counter Index Register
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