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through RF in hexadecimal). Moreover, the machine has 256 cells in its main
memory. Consequently, each memory cell is uniquely addressed, or identified, by
an integer in the range from 0 to 255. As we mentioned earlier, memory cells ...
In the case of the op-code hexadecimal 7, which requests that the contents of two
registers be ORed, the next 4 bits indicate where the result should be placed,
while the last 8 bits of the operand field are used to indicate which two registers ...
Thus, R0 is identified by 0000 (hexadecimal 0), Rl is identified by 0001 (
hexadecimal 1), and R15 is identified by 1111 (hexadecimal F). Main memory
consists of 256 cells. Each cell contains 8 bits (or one byte) of data. Since there
are 256 ...
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PART ONE Machine Architecture
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