Instructions, OpCode, Bytes, Flags. ACALL page0, 0x11, 2, None. ACALL page1, 0x31, 2, None. ACALL page2, 0x51, 2, None. ACALL page3, 0x71, 2, None. Home > Architecture Overview > Opcodes. Opcodes. The following table lists the instructions by HEX code. Hex Code, Bytes, Mnemonic, Operands. Instruction Set Summary. Rn. Register R7-R0 of the currently selected Register Bank. Data. 8-bit internal data location’s address. This could be an internal.
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Converting Mnemonics to Opcode
It consists of two bytes in the format:. There are 8 different leader bytes which can be part of an ACALL encoding 11h, 31h, 51h, 71h, 91h, B1h, D1h, F1has the top three bits of the first byte contain the high bits of the address.
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Except that it’s 2 bytes for the opcode and address. KingDukem, recommend you delete your comment and post it as an answer, I’ll upvote it.
The first byte contains the opcode and 3 address bits. The second byte contains another 8 address bits. That makes 11 address bits, which can address 2 KB.
TonyM There ya go haha: It consists of two bytes in the format: Specifically, there is a 5-bit opcode for ACALL, it just doesn’t occupy all of the first instruction byte. On the very last paragraph of the link you have provided, it’s very specific: KingDuken 1, 2 5 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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