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1999\09\02@101931 by Edson Brusque

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Hello,

   Where can I find a good explanation of the PIC Assembly Codes? I need
something who says what means MOVLW, how it works, hot to use, etc, etc,
etc... (and others mnemonics too).

   Thanks a lot,

   Brusque

1999\09\02@102753 by Juimiin Hong

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>     Where can I find a good explanation of the PIC Assembly Codes? I need
> something who says what means MOVLW, how it works, hot to use, etc, etc,
> etc... (and others mnemonics too).

Go to the Microchip website and download a data book.  I like the
"PICmicro Mid-Range MCU Family Reference Manual"


-Juimiin

1999\09\02@111846 by Nick Taylor

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Hi - -
Take a look here:
   www.microchip.com/10/Lit/PICmicro/index.htm
- Nick -


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1999\09\02@143300 by Jose Souto

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Hi Edson,
Why don't you look at any PIC data sheet PDF file, there Microchip
kindly answered your questions...
:-)
Jose' Luiz

P.S.: search for 'Instruction Set Summary'

Edson Brusque wrote:

> Hello,
>
>     Where can I find a good explanation of the PIC Assembly Codes? I need
> something who says what means MOVLW, how it works, hot to use, etc, etc,
> etc... (and others mnemonics too).
>
>     Thanks a lot,
>
>     Brusque

1999\09\02@175343 by Anne Ogborn
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Edson Brusque wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
>     Where can I find a good explanation of the PIC Assembly Codes? I need
> something who says what means MOVLW, how it works, hot to use, etc, etc,
> etc... (and others mnemonics too).
>
>     Thanks a lot,
>
>     Brusque

The other very handy book to have is "Easy PIC'n" and
it's companion "PIC'n Up The Pace"

I find it easier to find newbie info in them than in the
MicroChip data, which is of course more complete.

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1999\09\10@155733 by Mark Willis

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Anyone have a "Cheat Sheet" for Assembly they can post for him?

 Mark

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1999\09\10@190547 by Nick Taylor

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Brusque - -

I don't have a "Cheat Sheet", but here is the link to the
Microchip PIC literature page:
  www.microchip.com/10/Lit/PICmicro/index.htm
Hope that this helps,
- Nick -

Mark Willis wrote:
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1999\09\10@195225 by Corey Drechsler

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There is a "Quick Reference Card" that can be downloaded from:
www.microchip.com/10/Tools/picmicro/code/mpasm/index.htm
which contain a listing (and brief explanation) of the assembly
mnemonics, among other things.  If you want a complete description
though, you really should just grab the full microchip data on the chip
you are using, as other have suggested.

Corey Drechsler

1999\09\26@111636 by White Horse Design

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<x-flowed>At 14:50 17/08/2000 , Edson Brusque wrote:
>Hello,
>
>     Where can I find a good explanation of the PIC Assembly Codes? I need
>something who says what means MOVLW, how it works, hot to use, etc, etc,
>etc... (and others mnemonics too).

Your clock needs adjusting.


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1999\09\26@151812 by Rene Chauvet

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goto the microchip site http://www.micichip.com and seach for the pic# and Data
sheet. ex: "pic12c data sheet"
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