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Beginners Programming in AVR Assembler

The following pages are written for all people that try to program in assembler language for the first time and like to start with programming ATMEL-AVRs AT90S, ATtiny, ATmega. Some basic programming techniques are shown that are necessary. During later learning stages these informations are useful and so try to learn this first. Tables are included for easier programming.
There might be some bugs in these pages. Bug reports and hints for improving these pages are very welcome.

Overview on the beginners programming tutorial

ThemeWhat is thatInstructions
Hardware ISP-Interface, Parallel-Port-Programmer, Experimental 2313 board, Commercial boards-
Why Why learn assembler language?, The concept behind assembler, Planning an AVR project -
Tools Editor, Assembler, ISP, Studio3, Studio4, Structure-
Register What is a Register? .DEF, LDI, MOV
Which different registers are available CLR, ANDI, CBR, CPI, SBCI, SBR, SER, SUBI
Register as Pointer LD, ST, LPM, ADIW, SBIW, .DB, .DW
What can be packed into a register? -
Ports What is a Port? .INCLUDE, OUT, IN, CBI, SBI, SLEEP
Which Ports are available?-
Status register as most relevant port CLx, SEx, BCLR, BSET
SRAM What is SRAM?-
For which purposes SRAM is used-
How to use SRAM? STS, LDS, LD, ST, STD, LDD
Stack in SRAM PUSH, POP, RCALL, RET
Program run What happens during a Reset?-
Linear program runs and branches .CSEG, .DSEG, .ORG, .ESEG, INC, BRNE, BREQ, BRxx
Timing of commands NOP, DEC
Macros .MACRO, .ENDMACRO
Subroutines RET, RCALL, RJMP, SBRC, SBRS, SBIC, SBIS
Interrupts RETI
Calculations Numbers and characters-
Bit manipulation ORI, OR, ANDI, AND, CBR, SBR, EOR, COM, NEG, BLD, CLT, SET, BST
Shift and rotate LSL, LSR, ASR, ROL, ROR, SWAP
Adding, Subtracting, Compares ADD, ADC, SUB, SBC, CP, CPC, CPI, TST
Format changes .DB, .DW
Tables Commands by function-
Commands alphabetic-
Ports-
Vectors-
Abbreviations-
Directivesall dot directives
Expressions-


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