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Subject: Re: Anyone understand Assembler Code? Am I even in the right place??

Date: 02/06/03 at 8:12 PM
Posted by: David
E-mail: dhopper@customvis.com
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In Reply to: Anyone understand Assembler Code? Am I even in the right place?? posted by Renee on 02/05/03 at 9:50 PM:

Hi Renee,

You're posting in the right place - ie, i understand what you're talking about!

Assembler code is a VERY basic language and as such has only a few instructions (codes). Between a HC11 and a PIC you can definetly see the difference in the number of instructions available to you.

With ASM you have to be particularly tricky and inventive to achieve higher order processing. It is possible but it takes a lot more code.

Have you considered using a C-ASM compiler?

The type of micro-controller also depends on what you are looking for. Here is a link that may help if using a PIC:

http://www.phanderson.com/PIC/16C84/mult_string.html


I hope this helps.

David.


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