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Relatively speaking, the PIC microcontroller does not have a very wide range of instructions that algorithmically or logically change data values. The 7 unique operations (implemented over 15 instructions) available in the PIC microcontroller may not seem to be that comprehensive, but they provide all the basic arithmetic operations needed to implement virtually any application. As I work through the different operations, I will show some simple optimizations and tricks that will help you with your applications as well as explain exactly how the instructions work. Throughout the book, I will be presenting you with algorithms and snippets that will allow you to implement very sophisticated applications, despite the limited number of data processing instructions. The arithmetic operation that probably comes to mind rst is addition. In the PIC microcontroller, addition is carried out in a very straightforward manner, with the contents of the register speci ed by the addwf instruction added to the contents of w and the result stored in either the speci ed register or w. The operation of addwf is shown in Fig. 7.23.
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The addwf register addition instruction
The format used for the addwf instruction is:
addwf Register, d
where Register contains the value to be added to the contents of w. The STATUS register operation bits (carry, digit carry, and zero) are reset or set according to the result of the addition operation as described next. addlw (Fig. 7.24) is used to add an immediate (Constant) value to the contents of WREG with the result being stored back into WREG. The source code format for the instruction is:
addlw Constant
Figure 7.24 The addlw immediate addition instruction operation.
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As I have indicated in the previous instruction, all the STATUS register operation bits are affected by the addition and subtraction instructions. The zero ag is set if the result ANDed with 0x0FF is equal to zero. The carry ag is set if the result is greater than 0x0FF (255). The digit carry ag is set when the sum of the least signi cant 4 bits is greater than 0xF (15). For example, if you had the code:
movlw movwf addwf 10 Reg Reg, w ; ; Add 0x0A to 0x0A Put the Result in w
at the end of execution, WREG would contain 20 (or 0x14), Reg have 10 (0xA), the zero and carry ags would be reset (equal to zero), and the digit carry ag would be set because the sum of the least signi cant 4 bits was greater than 15 (0xF). I would suggest that you try out the three instructions above, along with three additional instructions, which should set the carry ag and none of the other STATUS register ags:
movlw movwf addwf movlw movwf addwf 10 0x20 0x20, w 160 0x20 0x20, w ; ; ; ; Add 0x0A to 0x0A Put the Result in w /Set DC Flag Add 0xA0 to 0xA0 Put the result in w /Set C Flag
After the rst three instructions, just the DC ag will be set, and after the next three instructions, just the C ag will be set. The operation of these instructions is very easy to understand for addition one of the measures of somebody who truly understands how to program the PIC microcontroller is how well they understand the operation of these ags after subtraction instructions. Subtraction in the PIC will take you some time before you understand the process well enough to be able to implement the function in your own application code. This is not to imply that the instruction works differently, just that it doesn t work as you would intuitively expect, which makes its operation problematic for many people. The subwf instruction (see Fig. 7.25) invocation is:
subwf Register, d
in which the contents of Register have the contents of w subtracted from it and the result placed either in w or Register based on the destination parameter. This operation probably doesn t make a lot of sense; the best way to explain subtraction in the PIC microcontroller is to note that it is not subtraction at all. Instead, the subwf instruction adds a negative value to the contents of the parameter register. Instead of subwf operating as:
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