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CPU´s use registers to

store data temporarily 8 THE PROGRAM


9 RISK ARCHITECTURE COUNTER AND
IN THE AVR PROGRAM ROM SPACE
IN AVR

1 THE GENERAL
To program in Assembly
PURPOSE REGISTERS 7 ASSEMBLING AND
language, we must
IN AVR AVR PROGRAM
undestand:

Architecture AVR ARCHITECTURE AND


Registers of a given ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE
CPU PROGRAMMING 6 INTRODUCTION TO
AVR ASSEMBLY
2 THE AVR DATA PROGRAMMING
MEMORY

INSTRUCTIONS
3 USING 5 AVR DATA FORMAT
4 AVR STATUS AND DIRECTIVES
INSTRUCTIONS WITH
REGISTER
THE DATA MEMORY
1 THE GENERAL Byte of data to be processed
PURPOSE CPU uses registers to
REGISTERS IN AVR store information
temporarily An address pointing to the data
to be fetched

8 bit registers D7: MSB D0: LSB

If there is data larger than 8 bit,


it must be broken into 8-bit
chunks
Are located at the lowest
32 GPR´s R0-R31
location of memory address
They can be used by all
arithmetic and logic instructions
It is not possible to load values
into registers R0 to R15 using
LDI

INSTRUCTIONS