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Destination Source

MOVE.B

Opcode

D0, D1

Operand

Machine Instruction

0011 0000 0000 0011

0011 Op-code

Types of instruction i.e. addition or subtraction Data size, byte, word or long word The amount of the word in complete instruction Where the data for an instruction (operand) can find

Cycle of Instruction

Collection

Implement

Cycle of Instruction

Collection phase:

cont

Fill-in program counter with instruction address Collect instruction from memory, put in the instruction register For control the instruction, clean-up PC for next instruction

Implement phase:

Count for the operation address Collect operation Do the operation Store the product of operation Back to first step

Addressing Modes

Register Direct Addressing Data Register Direct Address Register Direct Absolute Data Addressing Absolute Short Absolute Long Program Counter Relative Addressing Relative with offset Relative with Index Offset Register Indirect Addressing Register Indirect Postincrement Register Indirect Predecrement Register Indirect Register Indirect with Offset Indexed Register Indirect with offset Immediate Data addressing Immediate Quick Immediate Implied Addressing Implied Register

Syntax

Dn An xxx.W xxx.L d16 (PC) d8 (PC,Xn) (An) (An)+ -(An) d16(An) d8 (An, Xn) #xxx #1-#8 SR USP SP PC

Data Register Direct MOVE.B D0,D3

Cont

Cont

Cont

Cont

Absolute Long Mode CLR.B $10000

010000 42 010002 55

51 13

010000 010002

00 55

51 13

Cont

010000 42 010002 55

51 13

010000 010002

00 55

00 13

Cont

010000 42 010002 55

51 13

010000 010002

00 00

00 00

Cont

01000 42 01002 55

51 13

01000 00 01002 55

51 13

Absolute short:

Cont

16-bit (0000~7FFF, 8000~FFFF) Sign extend the 16-bit value into 24-bit (000000~007FFF, FF8000~FFFFFF)

Absolute Long:

PC Relative Addressing

PC Relative with Offset MOVE.W $1200(PC), D5

Assume the instruction is located at $122000 Effective address: $00122002 + $00001200 = $00123202

PC Relative Addressing

Cont

PC Relative Addressing

Cont

Assume the instruction is located at $00010200

PC Relative Addressing

Cont

MOVE.L D0,(A0)

MOVE.W D0,-(A6)

MOVE.W 6(A0),D0

MOVE.W $10(A0,D0.L), A1

Immediate Addressing

Immediate MOVE.L #$1FFFF, D0 Before:D0 = 12345678 After: D0 = 0001FFFF

Note: $ = value for hexadecimal @ = value for octal % = value for binary & or blank = decimal AB = character ASCII

Immediate Addressing

Cont

Quick Immediate 1. MOVEQ #$2C, D3 Before: D3 = 1234562C After: D3 = 0000002C 2. MOVEQ #$8F, D3 Before: D3 = 1234568F After: D3 = FFFFFF8F

Implied Addressing

Data transfer Arithmetic Logical Shift and rotate Bit manipulation BCD operations Program control System control

Cont

Cont

Cont

Cont

Logic Instructions

Cont

Shift Instructions

Cont

Rotate Instructions

Cont

Bit-Manipulation Instructions

Cont

Cont

Take Data from Memory Operation Load

MOVE.W

D1

$10000, D1

D1 FE ED 42 51

FE ED BE EF

010000 010002

42 55

51 13

010000 42 010002 55

51 13

Cont

MOVE.L

D1

$1000, D1

D1 42 51 55 13

FE ED BE EF

01000 42 01002 55

51 13

01000 42 01002 55

51 13

Cont

MOVE.B

D1

$1000, D1

D1 FE ED BE 42

FE ED BE EF

01000 42 01002 55

51 13

01000 42 01002 55

51 13

Cont

MOVE.W

D1

D1, $1000

D1 FE ED BE EF

FE ED BE EF

01000 42 01002 55

51 13

01000 BE EF 01002 55 13

Cont

MOVE.L

D1

D1, $1000

D1 FE ED BE EF

FE ED BE EF

01000 42 01002 55

51 13

01000 FE ED 01002 BE EF

Cont

MOVE.B

D1

D1, $1000

D1 FE ED BE EF

FE ED BE EF

01000 42 01002 55

51 13

01000 EF 51 01002 55 13

Cont

MOVE.W

$1000, $1006

42 55 01 90

51 13 02 AB

42 55 01 42

51 13 02 51

Cont

MOVE.B

$1000, $1006

42 55 01 90

51 13 02 AB

42 55 01 42

51 13 02 AB

Cont

Immediate Mode

MOVE.B

D1

#$F1, D1

D1 FE ED BE F1

FE ED BE EF

Cont

MOVEQ Instruction

MOVEQ

D1

#$F1, D1

D1 FF FF FF F1

FE ED BE EF

Cont

Fill up Memory

MOVE.B

001000 001002 001004 001006

#$F1, $1000

42 55 01 90 51 13 02 AB 001000 001002 001004 001006 F1 55 01 90 51 13 02 AB

Cont

EXG Instruction

EXG

D1, D5

D1 12 12 20 30 D5 00 FF 48 7C

D1 00 FF 48 7C D5 12 12 20 30

Cont

SWAP Instruction

SWAP

D1

D1 12 34 20 30

D1 20 30 12 34

Cont

LEA

$00200001, A0

A0 00 20 00 01

A0 00 12 70 02

Cont

LEA

(A1), A0

A0 00 10 FF FF A1 00 10 FF FF

A0 00 12 70 02 A1 00 10 FF FF

Cont

LEA

8(A0), A1

A0 00 12 70 02 A1 00 12 70 0A

A0 00 12 70 02 A1 00 00 40 00

Cont

LEA

8(A0, D4.L), A1

D4 00 00 20 00 A0 00 12 70 02 A1 00 12 90 0A

D4 00 00 20 00 A0 00 12 70 02 A1 00 00 40 00

Arithmetic Instruction

ADD Instruction Destination + Source p Destination ADD.W D1, D3

D1 12 34 56 78 D1 12 34 56 78 D3 FD CC 57 9B

$1000,$2000 $2000,D3

D3 FD CC 01 23

ADD.W ADD.W

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Problem:

A = B + C, where A, B & C are memory

Solution:

- Copy the first word (B) from memory to register - Add the second word (C) to register - Copy the addition product to the memory

Program:

MOVE.W ADD.W MOVE.W B,D1 C,D1 D1,A ; Take B ; Add with C ; Store product in A

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

No carry, C = 0

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

ADD.B D0, D3

V = 0, C = 0

V = 1, C = 0

V = 0, C = 1

V = 1, C = 1

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

ADDA Instruction

Data size: W, L ADDA.L #$70, A1 A1 00 00 20 30 A1 00 00 20 A0

Use ADDQ.L #$1, A1 for value 1~8, it is faster than ADDA.L #$1, A1

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

SUBA Instruction

Data size: W, L

SUBA.L

#$70,A1

A1 00 00 1F C0

A1 00 00 20 30

Use SUBQ.L #$1, A1 for value 1~8, it is faster than SUBA.L #$1, A1

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

1~8 only

D6 12 34 56 FF

D6 12 34 57 02

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

ADDQ

vs

MOVEQ

ADDQ MOVEQ -128+127 Dn only L only

1..8 B, W, L

Destination Any

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

D1 12 34 56 78 D1 12 34 56 55 D3 FD CC 01 23

D3 FD CC 01 23

SUB.W

$1000, $2000

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

ADD

s

S, D

d Answer (d)

Any Any Positive Negative Negative Positive

Overflow

Nothing happen (always V=0) Nothing happen (always V=0) V=0 V=1 V=0 V=1

Negative Negative

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

SUB s

Positive

S, D d

Positive

Answer (d)

Any Any Positive Negative Negative Positive

Overflow

Nothing happen (always V=0) Nothing happen (always V=0) V=0 V=1 V=0 V=1

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

C = Set; 2 unsigned values V = Set; 2 signed values Z = Set; product is 0 N = MSB X=C

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

SUB.W D1,D0 ;D0 D0 D1

D1 before SUB

D0 00 D0 00 D0 00 D0 00 D0 00 D0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 30 00 AA FD 20 E0 3E 00 55 00 00 00

D0 before SUB

D0 00 D0 00 D0 00 D0 00 D0 00 D0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 30 00 FF 00 90 70 40 40 FF 00 00 00

D1 before SUB

D1 00 D1 00 D1 00 D1 00 D1 00 D1 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 55 03 70 90 02 40 AA 00 00 00

XNZVC

After instruction

0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

1~8 only

D6 12 34 56 FF

D6 12 34 56 F8

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

SUBQ

vs

MOVEQ

SUBQ MOVEQ -128+127 Dn only L only

1..8 B, W, L

Destination Any

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Multiplication Instruction 1. Unsigned number MULU.W source, Dn 2. Signed number MULS.W source, Dn

Note:

Source: 16-bit of any address mode Both operand: 32-bit data register Multiply product: 32-bit stores in destination data register

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

D3 FD CC 01 00

16-bit

D3 00 00 02 00

32-bit

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

D3 FD CC FF FF Note:

FFFF = 65535 65535 * 65535 = 4294836225 = FFFE0001

D3 FF FE 00 01

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

D3 FD CC FF FF Note:

D3 = -1 (-1) * (-1) = 1

D3 00 00 00 01

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Content in hex As unsigned decimal As signed decimal Location XX Location YY Register D0 Register D1 0003 B000 00A0 FF00 3 45056 160 65280 3 -20480 160 -256

(3 x 160 = 48010) (3 x 160 = 48010) (3 x (-256) = -76810) (3x 65280 = 19584010) (-20480 x (-256) = 524288010) (45056 x 65280 = 294125568010)

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Division Instruction

1. Unsigned number DIVU.W source, Dn 2. Signed number DIVS.W source, Dn

Note:

Source: 16-bit of any address mode Both operand: 32-bit data register Division product: lower word destination register Remainder: upper word destination register

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

D0 FE CC 01 00 D3 00 10 00 01 D0 FE CC 01 00 D5 00 01 10 00

Remainder Quotient

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Result D3 = 100 0000 0000 0000 0000 (19-bit) Destination can hold 16-bit data only Operand remains unchanged and a division overflow sets the V = 1

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Division Instruction Example 3: (Case divide with zero) MOVE.L #$122, D3 CLR D0 DIV D0, D3

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Location XX Location YY Location ZZ Register D0 Register D1 Content in hex 0012 FFAE FF00 00000308 FFFFFE00 Decimal Decimal 18 Decimal 82 Unsigned decimal 65280 Decimal 776 Decimal -512

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Instruction DIVU XX,D0 DIVS XX,D1 DIVS YY,D0 DIVS YY,D1 DIVU ZZ,D0 DIVU ZZ,D1 Result in hex D0=0002002B D1=FFF8FFE4 0026FFF7 FFEC0006 03080000 FFFFFE00 Quotient Decimal 43 Decimal -28 -9 6 0 65792 Remainder Decimal 2 Decimal 8 38 -20 308 65024

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

D5 34 67 00 F0 D5 34 67 FF 10

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

Convert byte @ word operand to word @ longword by extending the sign bit of the operand

EXT.W

D5

D5 34 67 00 F0 D5 34 27 20 65

D5 34 67 FF F0 D5 34 27 00 65

Arithmetic Instruction

Cont

EXT.L

D5

D5 34 67 30 F0 D5 34 27 99 65

D5 00 00 30 F0 D5 FF FF 99 65

Practical Example

Write a sequence of program to compute X = 5 * Y + Z/W where Y, Z and W are 16-bit signed integers and the result is stored as longword X. Solution:

MOVE.W MULS MOVE.W EXT.L DIVS EXT.L ADD.L MOVE.L Y, D0 #5, D0 Z, D1 D1 W, D1 D1 D1, D0 D0, X Location and register Location X Location Y Location Z Register D0 Register D1 As Hexadecimal 0012 FFAE FF00 00000308 FFFFFE00

Compare Instruction CMP CMP.W D1, D0

D0-D1 D0 D0 D0 D0 D0 D0 D0 D0 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 00 FF 10 70 90 40 41 40 00 FF 00 00 00 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 D1 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 FF 00 20 90 70 40 40 41 FF 00 00 00 00 0000 0001 FFFF 0001 FFFF F000 E000 2000 X N Z V C 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0

Logical Instruction

A 0 0 1 1

B 0 1 0 1

AB 0 0 0 1

AB 0 1 1 1

AB 0 1 1 0

A 1 1 0 0

B 1 0 1 0

Logical Instruction

Cont

<sea>, <dea> #data, <dea> <sea>, <dea> #data, <dea> <sea>, <dea> #data, <dea> <ea>

Either one is Dn operand The 1st immediate operand Either one is Dn operand The 1st immediate operand Either one is Dn operand The 1st immediate operand

Logical Instruction

Cont

AND Instruction

D0 0000 0000 0000 0000 1011 0010 1101 1010 $0F 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1111 AB 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 1010

@ D0 = $0000000A

Logical Instruction

Cont

OR Instruction

D0 1010 $E0 0000 AB 1010 0010 0000 0010 0010 1110 1110 1101 0000 1101

@ D0 = $A2ED

Logical Instruction

Cont

EOR Instruction

D0 1010 $FF 0000 AB 1010 0010 0000 0010 0010 1111 1101 1101 1111 0010

@ D0 = $A2D2

Logical Instruction

Cont

NOT Instruction

D0.B 0000 D0.B 1010 0000 0010 1111 1111 1101 0010

@ D0 = $A2D2

Shift Instruction

4 instructions of shift operations: ASL (arithmetic shift left) ASR (arithmetic shift right) LSL (logical shift left) LSR (logical shift right) Size: B, W, L Affected flag: X & C = depend to the bit shift out N & Z = depend to the product V = 1 if sign operand changes by shifting, but 0 for rotate

Shift Instruction

Cont

(-16)

D1 12 34 56 FC

(-4)

Shift Instruction

Cont

Unsigned value

0

D1 12 34 56 F0

(240)

D1 12 34 56 3C

(60)

Rotate Instruction

4 instructions of rotate operations: ROL (rotate left) ROR (rotate right) ROXL (rotate left through X flag) ROXR (rotate right through X flag) Size: B, W, L Affected flag: X & C = depend to the bit shift out N & Z = depend to the product V = 1 if sign operand changes by shifting, but 0 for rotate

Rotate Instruction

Cont

Example: ROR.B D1 12 34 56 A1

(10100001)

#2, D1 D1 12 34 56 68

(01101000)

Rotate Instruction

Cont

(10100001)

D1 12 34 56 A8

(10101000)

Example

Running light in address $80000

MOVE.B REPEAT MOVE.B JSR ROL.B BRA #1,D0 D0,$800000 DELAY #1,D0 REPEAT

;Delay

Test the specified bit in the destination Data size = B or only 1. The bit manipulation instruction included:

a. BCHG (bit test and change) instruction b. BCLR (bit test and clear) instruction c. BSET (bit test and set) instruction d. BTST (bit test) instruction

Cont

Example 1:

In address $FF8000 contains $AA. What is the result after BTST.B #3, $FF8000?

Solution:

Cont

Example 2:

Data register D5 contains 2C3459A7. What is the state of the Z flag and what are the contents of D5 after BCHG #6, D5?

Solution:

lower byte of D5 = 101001112. Bit 6, 1<0>100111, is a 0. This will set the Z flag & complement bit 6. This result in D5 = 2C3459E716.

Cont

Example 3:

Data registers D6 and D7 contain 0000000C and 75793290, respectively. What is the result of BCLR D6, D7?

Solution:

Register D6 specifies that the 12th bit position 001<1>001010010000) should be tested and cleared. Since the 12th bit is a 1, Z = 0 bit 12 of D7 will be cleared D7 = 75792290.

Cont

Example 4:

What is the result of BSET #2,(A3)?

Solution:

The bit in position 2 of the memory location pointed to by A3 is tested and then set.

Flow Chart Symbol

Program Control Structure

Cont

Cont

Jump Instruction JMP Unconditional transfer to target destination PC n effective address JMP <ea> Type of effective address:

a. Absolute short b. Absolute long c. Address register indirect

Jump Instruction JMP

JMP START ; START = $1000

0100 1110 1111 1000 0001 0000 0000 0000

Cont

JMP

$FF8000

0100 1110 1111 1001 0000 0000 1111 1111 1000 0000 0000 0000

Bcc (branch condition) Instruction

Bcc<ea>

Instruction BEQ BNE BMI BPL BCS/LO BCC/HS BVS BVC BGT BLT BGE BLE BHI BLS Meaning EQual to zero Not Equal to zero Minus Plus Carry Set/LOwer Carry Clear/Higher or Same oVerflow Set oVerflow Clear GreaTer than Less Than Greater than or Equal Less than or Equal Higher Lower than or Same Arithmetic U U U U U U S S S S S S U U

Cont

If the test is true Z=1 Z=0 N=1 N=0 C=1 C=0 V=1 V=0 Z+(NV)=0 NV=1 NV=0 Z+(NV)=0 C+Z=0 C+Z=1

Branch Always Instruction - BRA

PC n PC + offset BRA.s <ea> Short branch: -128 e PC e +127 Syntax: BRA.S Long branch: -32k e PC e 32k Syntax: BRA.L

Cont

Control Constructions

1. IF condition THEN action 1; 2. IF condition THEN action 1 ELSE action 2; 3. FOR counter = initial TO final value DO action 1; 4. REPEAT action1 UNTIL condition;

Cont

Example for IF - THEN

IF A=10 THEN Action 1 CMPI.W #10, VARA BNE NEXT . . Action 1 . NEXT

Cont

F T

Example for IF THEN ELSE

IF A<=0 THEN Action 1; ELSE Action 2 TST.W BLE

. .

Cont

VARA NEXT1

Action 1

BRA NEXT1

. .

NEXT

Action 2

NEXT

Example for FOR LOOP

FOR I=1 TO 10 DO Action 1 MOVE.W #9, D7 LOOP

. . . Action 1

Cont

DBF

D7, LOOP

Example for REPEAT UNTIL

REPEAT Action 1 UNTIL A=0 or maximum count is reached MOVE.W SUBQ.W LOOP . . Action 1 . TST.W VARA DBNE D7, LOOP LIMIT,D7 #1, D7

Cont

Example for WHILE DO

WHILE A<=10 and maximum count is not reached DO Action 1 MOVE.W CMPI.W DBGT LIMIT, D7 #10, VARA D7, LOOP

Cont

AGAIN LOOP

Action 2

Each BCD byte contents 2 digit of 4-bit BCD. Each BCD instruction involve in X bit. Z bit is changed if the product is not zero. Before doing the first BCD operation, it have to start with X=0 and Z=1. Syntax: ABCD Dx,Dy (source)10 + (destination)10 + X p destination ABCD- (Ay)-(Ax) NBCD <ea> 0 (source)10 X p destination SBCD Dx,Dy (destination)10 - (source)10 - X p destination

ABCD and SBCD Instructions

Example 1:

Add BCD number in D0 to D1. MOVE #4, CCR ; x=0 and z=1 ABCD D0, D1

Cont

Example 2:

Subtract BCD number in D0 from D1 MOVE #4, CCR ; x=0 and z=1 SBCD D0, D1

BCD Instruction

Addition for 2 BCD number 8 bit (byte). MOVE #4,CCR ;x=0 and z=1 ABCD -(A0),-(A1) ABCD -(A0),-(A1) ABCD -(A0),-(A1) ABCD -(A0),-(A1)

A1 after addition p Upper Byte Lower Middle A1 before addition p

Cont

Destination

A0 after addition

Source

A0 before addition

NBCD Instruction

Cont

Example 1:

What is the 10s complement for fill-in D0. Let say D0 = 23.

MOVE #0,CCR NBCD D0 NBCD operation: Original D0: X bit: Product:

100 -23 - 0 77

(0 borrow 1)

NBCD Instruction

Example 2:

What is the 9s complement for fill-in D0. Let say D0 = 23. MOVE #$10,CCR NBCD D0 NBCD operation : 100 (0 borrow 1) Original D0 : -23 X bit: - 1 Product : 76

Cont

Stack

Data structure that is used to save and restore information in a last-in, first-out (LIFO) fashion. Register A7 is implicitly used as the stack pointer. Push (save): MOVE source, -(SP) or MOVE.L source, -(SP) Pop (retrieve): MOVE (SP)+, destination or MOVE.L (SP)+, destination

Cont

Stack

Cont

Stack

STACKA DS.W MOVEA.L MOVE.L MOVE.W MOVE.W MOVE.L MOVE.L 50 #STACKA + 100, A2 D1, -(A2) VAR, -(A2) #$25, -(A2) (A2)+, D2 (A2)+, D3

Cont

Stack

Subroutine

Subroutine

Cont

Subroutine Concept A program structure where one part of the program is called the main program. In addition to this, a smaller segment attached to the main program, known as a subroutine. The subroutine is written to provide a function that must be performed at various points in the main program. A return instruction must be included at the end of the subroutine to initiate the return sequence to the main program environment. The instructions provided to transfer control from the main program to a subroutine and return control back to the main program are called subroutine-handling instructions.

Subroutine

Cont

Interrupt

An external event which informs the CPU that a device needs its service. Interrupt Service Routine (ISR):

a. a program which associates with interrupt. b. also called the interrupt handler c. there are 4 bytes of memory allocated as interrupt vector table. d. handled in the supervisor mode, S = 1.

Interrupt

Cont

Example 1:

Calculate the sum of 10 numbers in the address memory $2000.

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