|December 16th, 2015, 12:44 AM||#1|
Joined: Nov 2015
Can anyone tell me if modern day microprocessors have listings of machine language, Instruction set. Where all software is derived from. Old micros had an instruction set listed in Hex or Octal. Please let me know. If you can use this with these new micros. Or if they are listed in groups of instructions. I know a computer can only do one instruction at a time. Has this changed?
|December 22nd, 2015, 02:51 PM||#2|
Joined: Jan 2015
You might be a able to get a listing of the basic instruction set from the manufacturer of the computer. Computers with more than one processor can do one instruction for each processor at a time.
|December 22nd, 2015, 05:26 PM||#3|
Joined: Oct 2008
From: London, Ontario, Canada - The Forest City
Math Focus: Elementary mathematics and beyond
I think multi-core processors allow simultaneous execution of one instruction per core, per chip.
Here's a start: see here.
|August 23rd, 2016, 10:24 PM||#4|
Joined: Aug 2016
Assembly language allows you, the programmer, to write machine language using something resembling human readable text, and will typically let you use labels instead of remembering raw RAM or I/O addresses.
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