Posted 08 January 2008 - 07:43 AM
Posted 08 January 2008 - 01:35 PM
To learn ASM, you have to read up on the way microprocessors (CPU's) act internally (what registers and instructions are), and how the CPU communicates with other components in a microprocessor system like RAM and ROM, through the data and address bus.
Because the calculator has a SuperH processor, it has an istruction set specific to that model or type. How you write your programs in assembly is very dependant on the operating system running and how the microprocessorsystem is built. You can see the instructions available in the software manual for the processor.
(You don't want to learn x86 (PC) assembly, but some concepts still apply on both architectures, like the stack.)
SH-3 software manual: http://documentation...0317_sh_3sm.pdf
Info about microprocessor:
Once you understand how this works together, you can use the instruction set of the CPU to acheive what you want
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