8086 microprocessor

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WRITING PROGRAMS FOR USEWITH AN ASSEMBLERDATA_HERE SEGMENT MULTIPLICAND MULTIPLIER PRODUCT ENDS DW 204AH DW 382AH DW 2 DUP (0)

DATA_HERE CODE_HERE START

CODE_HERE

SEGMENT ASSUME CS:CODE_HERE, DS:DATA_HERE MOV AX, DATA_HERE MOV DS, AX MOV AX, MULTIPICAND MUL MULTIPLIER MOV PRODUCT, AX MOV PRODUCT+2, DX INT 3 ENDS END START

WRITING PROGRAMS FOR USEWITH AN ASSEMBLER

SEGMENT and ENDS Directives Naming data and addresses-Equ, DB, DW, DD Directives Constants Variables Address

Types of numbers used in data statement

Binary Decimal Hexadecimal BCD ASCII

WRITING PROGRAMS FOR USEWITH AN ASSEMBLER

Accessing named data in program instruction EX: MOV AX,MULTIPLICAND

Naming addresses Labels ASSUME Directive Initializing Segment registers End Directive

ALP DEVELOPMENT TOOLSTools required 1. Editor 2. Assembler 3. Linker 4. Locator 5. Debugger 6. Emulator

ALP DEVELOPMENT TOOLSEDITOR Allows to create a file containing assembly program Ex: PC Write, WordStar

It will save program in RAM as it is typed It backups the file before correcting errors The file can be save on any drive (floppy/CD/hard drive) Program should be well formatted Assembly program should be saved as .ASM file

ALP DEVELOPMENT TOOLSASSEMBLER Translates the assembly language mnemonics to binary codes Displacements of named data items offset of labels are determined in 1st run On 2nd run it produce the binary code Produce object file (.OBJ) & assembler list file(.LST) Errors are put in list file It generates only offset address and not physical address Linker or Locator will determine physical address

ALP DEVELOPMENT TOOLSLINKER Used to combine several .obj files into one large object file Programs are split into modules Link file contains the binary code of all combined modules Also produce the link map file which contains the address information Assign only relative address(address starting with zero) TASM & MASM produce the linker file with .exe extension

ALP DEVELOPMENT TOOLSLOCATOR Is used to assign absolute address DEBUGGER Can be used to run the program if external hardware are not used Will load the object file to memory for debugging It allow you to see the content of registers and memory location Allows to change the content of register and memory location Will allow to set a breakpoint

ALP DEVELOPMENT TOOLSEMULATOR Used t o run program Mixture of hardware and software PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT ALGORITHM

ALP DEVELOPMENT TOOLS