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2001\10\01@164829 by Quentin

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I have to use a 8052 which is embedded in an aplication specific IC.
Any pointers (links) were to start learning?
Something like piclist.com would be nice (I learn better by example).

Quentin

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2001\10\01@165510 by Brandon Fosdick

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Quentin wrote:
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> I have to use a 8052 which is embedded in an aplication specific IC.
> Any pointers (links) were to start learning?
> Something like piclist.com would be nice (I learn better by example).

I don't know anything about it, but http://www.8052.com looks like it
might be usefull.

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2001\10\01@222727 by Russell McMahon

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> I have to use a 8052 which is embedded in an aplication specific IC.
> Any pointers (links) were to start learning?
> Something like piclist.com would be nice (I learn better by example).


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2001\10\02@022630 by Philippe

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At 22:46 01/10/01 +0200, you wrote:
>I have to use a 8052 which is embedded in an aplication specific IC.
>Any pointers (links) were to start learning?
>Something like piclist.com would be nice (I learn better by example).
>
>Quentin


You may download the SIUC course (8051 based) from our site written by Martin
Hebel (see Home page of http://www.vmdesign.com).

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       Philippe.

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2001\10\02@080528 by Peter L. Peres

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imho get the data sheet for a 8052 compatible device from Intel, Philips,
Atmel (or your vendor) etc. and get used to the hardware, memory map, and
to the addressing modes first. I think that 30% of the effort in 8051
assembly programming goes into shifting data tables and variables around
so they map onto locations with desirable functions (like bit addressable
etc), and 30% more go into making sure that the onboard peripherals cannot
cause a race on some resource or interrupt processing time (they are
slooow).

After that, there are tons of books and websites with code snippets and
the like. 8052.com is one of them. There are free and non-free simulators
for Windows available.

There are free and nonfree C compilers available too.

good luck,

Peter

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