dat2ntl - DAT2NTL(1) DAT2NTL(1) NAME dat2ntl - formats data...

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DAT2NTL(1) DAT2NTL(1) NAME dat2ntl - formats data prior to programming a PROM SYNOPSIS dat2ntl [shift_count] xxxx.dat xxxx.ntl DESCRIPTION The program dat2ntl has the following purposes. 1) To translate a data file of binary, decimal or hexadecimal numbers to a file which is in the format required by the DATA I/O PROM programmers. 2) To concatenate data from different files into a single file to be sent to the same PROM. 3) To split data words which are too wide for one PROM into multiple PROMs. 4) For picture and character generation. Normally the user uses a shell script such as assem to invoke the dat2ntl program. However, in special cases the dat2ntl program can be invoked directly. The output file produced by dat2ntl is in Intel hex format, xxxx.ntl, which is the format required by the PROM programmer. The input file can consist of the following, separated by spaces, tabs, or carriage returns. Do NOT type the single quotes or the vertical bar! Any integer no larger than 32 bits or one of the following statements. # SET_ADDRESS = integer; Interpreted by assembler as well. # LOAD_ADDRESS = integer; Only interpreted by dat2ntl. # RIGHT_SHIFT = integer; # MASK_COUNT = integer; Number of bits to output. # PACK_BYTES = integer; # BASE = ’HEX’ | ’DECIMAL’ | ’BINARY’; The #PACK_BYTES command statement, if used, should appear before any integers. With an argument of
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This note was uploaded on 07/21/2009 for the course EECS 6.111 taught by Professor Prof.ananthachandrakasan during the Spring '04 term at MIT.

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dat2ntl - DAT2NTL(1) DAT2NTL(1) NAME dat2ntl - formats data...

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