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exam1-review - Test 1 Review Coverage Lectures 1-5 Labs 1-4...

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Test 1 Review Coverage : Lectures 1-5, Labs 1-4, all examples we discussed in class, all handouts posted in the lecture page of the class website. Material you should bring: Text books, Freescale manuals, Lecture notes, Example handout, Lab handout. Format : consists of conceptual problems and work problems (e.g. fill the blank, track control & data flows in program, assembly programming). Restrictions : open book and notes. NO calculator and laptop is permitted (no exception). Topics: 1. Binary representation of unsigned-/signed- number 2. 2’s complement arithmetic and overflow detection 3. Microprocessor architecture, instruction format (opcode, operand), instruction length and memory layout (byte order) 4. HC12 programming models (available registers, purpose of each bit in CCR) 5. HC12 addressing modes Inherent Immediate Direct/Extended Indexed o Indexed using constant offset o Indexed with automatic inc. and dec. o Indexed with accumulator offset Indexed-Indirect Addressing Relative 6. Basic assembly programming
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