Lecture 4 - Addressing Modes

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ECE 265 LECTURE 4 The M68HC11 Address Modes 9/29/2010 1 ECE265
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Joanne E. DeGroat, OSU Lecture Overview The M68HC11 Addressing Modes Special Consideration Details of the various Addressing modes (Note: And this is a very simple architecture) Material from Chapter 2 plus a 68HC11 reference manual. 9/29/2010 2 ECE265
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Joanne E. DeGroat, OSU Special Considerations To start, look at the programmers model of the architecture. What registers are available? 9/29/2010 ECE265 3
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Joanne E. DeGroat, OSU Special Considerations To start, look at the programmers model of the architecture. What registers are available? 9/29/2010 ECE265 4
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Joanne E. DeGroat, OSU Special Consideration Consider that there are Index Register and a Stack Pointer. This indicates that these register will allow for more than simple load and store data transfers. Will now examine the modes of data transfer permitted. The 68HC11 architecture support addressing modes that allow the basis to understand the addressing modes on any architecture.
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