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100 1  Schousek, Theresa,|eauthor. 
245 14 The Art of Assembly Language Programming Using PIC® 
       Technology|h[O'Reilly electronic resource] /|cSchousek, 
       Theresa. 
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300    1 online resource (458 pages) 
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520    The Art of Assembly Language Programming using PIC® 
       Technology thoroughly covers assembly language as used in 
       programming the PIC® Microcontroller (MCU). Using the 
       minimal instruction set, characteristic of most PIC® 
       products, the author elaborates on the nuances of how to 
       execute loops. Fundamental design practices are presented 
       based on Orr’s Structured Systems Development using four 
       logical control structures. These control structures are 
       presented in Flowcharting, Warnier-Orr® diagrams, State 
       Diagrams, Pseudocode, and an extended example using 
       SysML®. Basic math instructions of Add and Subtract are 
       presented, along with a cursory presentation of advanced 
       math routines provided as proven Microchip® utility 
       Application Notes. Appendices are provided for 
       completeness, especially for the advanced reader, 
       including several Instruction Sets, ASCII character sets, 
       Decimal-Binary-Hexadecimal conversion tables, and 
       elaboration of ten ‘Best Practices.’ Two datasheets (one 
       complete datasheet on the 10F20x series and one partial 
       datasheet on the 16F88x series) are also provided in the 
       Appendices to serve as an important reference, enabling 
       the new embedded programmer to develop familiarity with 
       the format of datasheets and the skills needed to assess 
       the product datasheet for proper selection of a 
       microcontroller family for any specific project.  The Art 
       of Assembly Language Programming Using PIC® Technology is 
       written for an audience with a broad variety of skill 
       levels, ranging from the absolute beginner completely new 
       to embedded control to the embedded C programmer new to 
       assembly language. With this book, you will be guided 
       through the following areas: Symbols and terminology used 
       by programmers and engineers in microcontroller 
       applications Programming using assembly language through 
       examples Familiarity with design and development practices
       Basics of mathematical knowledge in hexadecimal Resources 
       for advanced mathematical functions Approaches to locate 
       resources Teaches how to start writing simple code, e.g., 
       PICmicro® 10FXXX and 12FXXX Offers unique and novel 
       approaches on how to add your personal touch using 
       PICmicro® ‘bread and butter’ enhanced mid-range 16FXXX and
       18FXXX processors Teaches new coding and math knowledge to
       help build skillsets Shows how to dramatically reduce 
       product cost by achieving 100% control Demonstrates how to
       gain optimization over C programming, reduce code space, 
       tighten up timing loops, reduce the size of microcon... 
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