This important revision introduces both students and practicing computer professionals to the characteristics of the Motorola 68000 family of processors. It has been widely applauded in previous editions as a text that is practical, easy to read, and designed to educate readers on the concepts as well as applied theory. In addition to its use as a learning aid, the text serves as a valuable reference in which topics are organized according to function and importance for the design of programs, interfaces or systems. This Second Edition has been updated to cover the most recent, relevant advances and developments affecting the MC68000 family of microprocessors.Several chapters are devoted to discussion of the assembly language instruction set of the MC68000. The purpose ... They are distinguished from the MOVE instruction by adding a letter suffix, Q or M, to form MOVEQ or MOVEM. The MOVEQanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Motorola MC68000 Microprocessor Family|
|Author||:||Thomas L. Harman, David T. Hein|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 1996|