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CET335 - Microprocessor Interfacing
||Note: many of the resources listed below are
in Adobe Acrobat / Portable Document Format (PDF). In order to read these,
you will first need Adobe's free Acrobat
Reader installed on your PC. One nice feature it has is the ability to
print all odd pages or all even pages, which makes it easy to print your
own 2-sided style "book" from any PDF.
S12 / Dragon12 Reference Manuals:
This is a template file for a typical assembly language source code file. It
is pre-organized into the basic blocks (header, equates, code, data) as
presented in class. Grab a copy of this file to your work directory then copy
it to a new filename for each new project (ex: "LAB9.ASM").
S12template.asm - for S12/D-Bug12 as on DRAGON12 board
A fantastic and free all-around excellent editor. It supports multiple files
in separate panes, numbered lines, mnemonic recognition & coloring, and lots
of other neat features. And it's FREE! Notepad++ is especially useful when
both the .asm and .lst files are open as it will auto-reload updated listing
files when CAS11 is run.