Reading and writing bytes. Addresses, data, LDSW and UDSW...

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Re: Reading and writing bytes. Addresses, data, LDSW and UDSW...

Post by MintyTheCat » Mon Mar 28, 2016 6:29 pm

HardWareMan wrote:
doragasu wrote:The easiest way is providing the download URL :wink:

It's curious, I repeated searching "M68K User Manual" using Bing, and the manual does neither appear. It looks like only Google hits it...
There are no M68K CPU. There is only 68000 or M68000 CPUs.
Er, no, 'M' is used often to denote the Motorola aspect of the 68K.
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Re: Reading and writing bytes. Addresses, data, LDSW and UDSW...

Post by HardWareMan » Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:38 pm

MintyTheCat wrote:
HardWareMan wrote:There are no M68K CPU. There is only 68000 or M68000 CPUs.
Er, no, 'M' is used often to denote the Motorola aspect of the 68K.
It's all about sending a message. Use "000" and not "k" in search.

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Re: Reading and writing bytes. Addresses, data, LDSW and UDSW...

Post by MintyTheCat » Tue Mar 29, 2016 2:07 pm

HardWareMan wrote:
MintyTheCat wrote:
HardWareMan wrote:There are no M68K CPU. There is only 68000 or M68000 CPUs.
Er, no, 'M' is used often to denote the Motorola aspect of the 68K.
It's all about sending a message. Use "000" and not "k" in search.
Or use both.
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