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Microcomputer Architecture and Programming: The 68000 Family

Microcomputer Architecture and Programming: The 68000 Family

John F. Wakerly

ISBN: 978-0-471-85319-0

Jan 1989

784 pages

Select type: Hardcover

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$231.95

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An introduction to microcomputer architecture and assembly language programming, using the Motorola 68000 family of chips as prime examples (these are the chips that drive the Macintosh microcomputers). Also contains reference chapters on other chips for comparison with the 68000 chips. From the author of the highly successful Microcomputer Architecture and Programming.

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Introduction to Computers and Programming.

The Programming Language Pascal.

Data Structures in Pascal Programs.

Number Systems and Arithmetic.

Basic Computer Organization.

Assembly Language Programming.

Addressing.

Operations.

Subroutines and Parameters.

Input/Output.

Interrupts and Direct Memory Access.

Processes and Concurrency.

Program Development.

Advanced 68000-Family Processors.

An Evolved Architecture: The Intel 80x86 Family.

References.

Exercises.

Index.