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TABLE B.1
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processor or listing the instructions, as is done in the Microcochip datasheets. Unless otherwise noted, all instructions execute in one instruction cycle.
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Along with the instructions, there are a number of parameters that are needed for the instructions, and these are listed in Table B.3.
TABLE B.2 MID-RANGE PIC MICROCONTROLLER PART NUMBER TO FEATURE BREAKOUT PART NUMBER COMMENTS
16Cx1 16Cx2 16Cx3 16Cx4 16Cx5 16Cx6 16Cx7
18-pin PIC microcontroller, 1-kB program memory, no USART/SPI/I2C; PIC16C61 and PIC16C71 are currently obsoleted. 28-pin PIC microcontroller, 2-kB program memory, SPI/TMR1 and TMR2 28-pin PIC microcontroller, 4-kB program memory, USART/SPI/TMR1 and TMR2 40-pin PIC microcontroller, 4-kB program memory, USART/SPI/ PSP/TMR1 and TMR2 40-pin PIC microcontroller, 4-kB program memory, USART/SPI/PSP/ TMR1 and TMR2 28-pin PIC microcontroller, 8-kB program memory, USART/SPI/I2C/ TMR1 and TMR2 40-pin PIC microcontroller, 8-kB program memory, USART/SPI/I2C/ PSP/TMR1 and TMR2
APPENDIX B
TABLE B.3 PARAMETER
INSTRUCTION SYMBOL DEFINITION SYMBOL OP CODE LETTER VALUE RANGE
Don t care Byte constant Register address Destination Selection bit Destination address Destination port
N/A k Reg d Bit Address Port
x k f d b a p 0 to 0xFF PIC microcontroller architecture speci c 0 or 1 0 to 7 0 to 0x7FF PORTA (address 0x05) to PORTC (address 0x07)
LOW-END INSTRUCTION SET
Register banks are 32 bytes in size in low-end devices. This makes Reg in Table B.3 in the range of 0 to 0x01F (see Table B.4).
MID-RANGE INSTRUCTION SET
Register banks are 128 bytes in size in low-end devices. This makes Reg in the range of 0 to 0x07F (see Table B.5).
PIC18 INSTRUCTION SET
Microchip, in the PIC18 microcontroller s datasheets, claims that the instruction set is source code compatible with the mid-range s instruction set. While many of the instructions are similar between the mid-range and PIC18, they really aren t directly compatible owing to the addition of the a bit for many of the instructions and the slightly different operation of some of the instructions that have been given the same label (see Table B.6).
MICROCHIP SPECIAL INSTRUCTION MNEMONICS
The following special instructions are macros built into MPASM by Microchip to help make some instructions more intuitive. These instructions are built into MPASM, and their labels never should be used for macros, addresses (code or variable), or de nes. Most of these special instructions are made up of one or more standard low-end or mid-range PIC microcontroller instructions. Note that some of these special instructions may change the value of the zero ag (see Table B.7). LCALL should never be used because the PCLATH bits are not returned to the appropriate value for the code following LCALL. When a goto or call is executed
TABLE B.4 DESCRIPTION
LOW-END PIC MICROCONTROLLER INSTRUCTION SET INSTRUCTION OPERATION OP CODE
Add register contents to the w register and optionally store result in the w register
addwf Reg, d
if (d == 1) Reg = Reg + w else w = Reg + w endif C = (Reg + w) > 0xFF Z = ((Reg + w) & 0xFF) == 0 DC = ((Reg & 0x0F ) + (w & 0x0F)) > 0x0F w = w & k Z = (w & k) == 0 if (d == 1) Reg = Reg & w else w = Reg & w endif Z = (Reg & w) == 0 if (d == 1) Reg = Reg & w else w = Reg & w endif Z = (Reg & w) == 0 Reg = Reg & (0xFF ^ (1 << Bit)) Reg = Reg | (1 << Bit) if ((Reg & (1 << Bit))) == 0) PC = PC + 1 endif
0001 11df ffff
AND immediate with the w register AND register contents with the w register and optionally store result in the w register
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