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MCO455 LAB 2 Page 1 © Copyright David Elmo Ross 2013 NAME: _______________________________ STUDENT ID #: ______________________________ LAB 2: Memory Map & CODE WARRIOR LAB SECTION: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P After reading CHAPTER 1 under the NOTES section of BLACKBOARD , you should be able to fill in some of the following: 1. (A) What does IDE stand for? _________________ ______________ ________________ (B) NAME and EXPLAIN 4 major components of the CODEWARRIOR IDE : NAME EXPLANATION of FUNCTION I ____________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ II ____________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ III ____________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ IV ____________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ 2. What is the difference between a (A) PLATFORM TARGET (B) BUILD TARGET
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MCO455 LAB 2 Page 2 © Copyright David Elmo Ross 2013 AFTER WATCHING THE LAB 2 VIDEO , answer the following questions: 3. Write down the EXACT name from the LIST of MICROCONTROLLERS in CODEWARRIOR for the MICROCONTROLLER that we will be using in the LAB : _______________________________ 4. When you choose ABSOLUTE ASSEMBLY , it will create a MAIN .ASM file. What does the .ASM stand for: __________________ __________________ __________________ 5. When it says ROM_START , it is NOT referring to ROM ! What TYPE of memory IS it referring to: _________________ 6. Based on MEMORY MAP or the .INC (include File), show the ADDRESS RANGES associated with the following:
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