Newnes Power PC Programming Pocket Book. Newnes Pocket Books

  • ID: 1768759
  • Book
  • 200 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Written by one of the foremost experts, Steve Heath, the processor technology specialist at Motorola (UK).

* 200 pages packed with information for programmers * will complement the author's other Butterworth-Heinemann book ... The Power PC: a practical companion (which is aimed at users). * in the pocket book ... a simple overview of the processor and programming models * straightforward definitions (eg what bit 14 of the MSR does and not why it has to do it) * simple definitions of each instruction with two instructions per page
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MPC601 Programming model; The register set and its organisation; Register nomenclature; User and supervisor models; MCP603 Programming model; The register set and its organisation; Register nomenclature; User and supervisor models; Addressing models; Direct; Indirect; Memory model; Memory organisation; Accessing bytes, words, long words and 64 bit words; Instruction set; Integer; Floating point; Special; POWER; Appendix A CISC to Power PC programming hints.
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Heath, Steve
Senior Staff Engineer, European Strategy and Technology Development, Motorola Semiconductors, Steve Heath has written 15 books on topics covering Apple and IBM PCs, processor architectures, UNIX and Windows NT operating systems.
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