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2001\10\01@100521 by Tony Pan

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Hi all,

I am trying to review a software code written in assembly language. I
haven't use this language for many years and forgotten most of them. Can
someone tell me where to find an online reference book (manual) for assembly
language?

The code that I am reviewing is written for Microchip applications. I
couldn't find such reference book on the Microchip website.

Thanks in advance!

Tony Pan

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2001\10\01@102658 by Stephen Webb

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> The code that I am reviewing is written for Microchip applications. I
> couldn't find such reference book on the Microchip website.

Look for the datasheets that microchip has on their site.  It has a
reference section that describes all of the instructions, their side
effects, etc.

-Steve

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2001\10\01@111948 by John Ferrell

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I complained of this a short while back and some kind soul suggested that I
investigate the Mid Range Book or the 16F628 book (About 168 pages of PDF).
It seems as though Microchip puts together a "Handbook" That is pretty
complete for each general product.  Check it out, I liked it enough to print
it out!

My pet complaints about PDF's are that I cannot "cut & paste" code snips and
I cannot mark up a computer copy with my own notes.... I just thought "I
wonder if I can print a PDF to a file so I can insert my on notes?...
Gotta check that out later.

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2001\10\01@192014 by Heinz Czychun

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Hi John,

       Acrobat Reader 4.0 on the Mac (I'm not sure if the versions
track with Windows) allows copying text out of the document. While
annotating would not be possible, at least code snippets can be
copied and put wherever.

Heinz

At 11:16 AM -0400 10/1/01, John Ferrell wrote:
>...<snip>...
>
>My pet complaints about PDF's are that I cannot "cut & paste" code snips and
>I cannot mark up a computer copy with my own notes.... I just thought "I
>wonder if I can print a PDF to a file so I can insert my on notes?...
>Gotta check that out later.
>
>John Ferrell
.......

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2001\10\02@043850 by Graeme Zimmer

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>   Acrobat Reader 4.0 on the Mac (I'm not sure if the versions
> track with Windows) allows copying text out of the document. While
> annotating would not be possible, at least code snippets can be
> copied and put wherever.

Yup. It also works in Windows.....

Gets a bit messy if you have to cut out multiple columns ......

.................... Zim

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2001\10\03@060449 by jeethur

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Zim,
> Yup. It also works in Windows.....
>
> Gets a bit messy if you have to cut out multiple columns ......

Thats been fixed in the latest version of Acrobat Reader(v5.0). There
is a new Column select tool (Shift-V is the shortcut) which makes selecting
from and copying multiple columns real easy.

Jeethu Rao

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2001\10\03@061402 by Vasile Surducan

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On Mon, 1 Oct 2001, John Ferrell wrote:

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> My pet complaints about PDF's are that I cannot "cut & paste" code snips and
> I cannot mark up a computer copy with my own notes.... I just thought "I
> wonder if I can print a PDF to a file so I can insert my on notes?...

 You can do anything what you want with pdf's if you will use Acrobat
4.0 for example (not Acrobat reader ! )
Cheers, Vasile

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2001\10\03@061515 by Martin Hill

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The datasheet for the chip you are using will give you all the required
information on the instructions.

Martin

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2001\10\03@133342 by John Ferrell

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Thanks for the direction!
Text selection on the Acrobat Reader 5.0 menu works well in Windows.

John Ferrell
6241 Phillippi Rd
Julian NC 27283
Phone: (336)685-9606
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2001\10\03@144002 by John Ferrell

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I will look into it but my level of business resembles "hobby" more than
livelihood. It is a bit pricey for its benefits. I do a contract
occasionally but most of the time I follow this for the sheer fun of it. One
of the advantages of being retired...

John Ferrell
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2001\10\04@115546 by Harold M Hallikainen
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On Mon, 1 Oct 2001 10:25:05 -0400 Stephen Webb <.....swebbKILLspamspam.....NETLAB.UKY.EDU>
writes:
> > The code that I am reviewing is written for Microchip applications.
> I
> > couldn't find such reference book on the Microchip website.
>
> Look for the datasheets that microchip has on their site.  It has a
> reference section that describes all of the instructions, their side
> effects, etc.
>

       Though some of the datasheets are getting pretty abbreviated in their
descriptions of instructions. They tell you which status bits are
affected, but not HOW they are affected. I always want to look up how
carry is affected by a subwf instruction...

Harold



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2001\10\04@151141 by Olin Lathrop

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>         Though some of the datasheets are getting pretty abbreviated in
their
> descriptions of instructions. They tell you which status bits are
> affected, but not HOW they are affected. I always want to look up how
> carry is affected by a subwf instruction...

How the status bits are effected is documented in the STATUS register
description.  The C bit is just the carry from bit 7 in the ALU.  The C bit
is therefore reset on a borrow since subtraction is really adding the twos
complement of the value being subtracted.


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