Machine Code


Admin jebidal.com pada kesempatan kali ini akan mencoba membahas tentang Machine Code

Silahkan langsung Copypaste saja, tetapi baiknya di teliti dulu barang kali ada yang salah ketik baik judul maupun isi postingan Machine Code, jika sudah yakin silahkan dipergunakan sebagaimana mestinya, jika anda beruntung ada link downloadnya, jangan ragu dan bimbang lansung download saja, semoga blog ini memberi manfaat.

Alangkah baiknya Anda membaca dengan teliti, supaya apa apa yang ada di blog ini bisa bermanfaat, jika hasil dari postingan di blog ini kurang memuaskan, silahkan cari di kotak pencarian [Search Here] atau [Search], kalau tidak salah admin taro di bawah artikel postingan [untuk view handphone/ smartphone atau sejenisnya] dan bagian samping kanan [untuk view via destop/ PC/ Laptop dan sejenisnya], dan semoga hasil dari pencarian blog ini dapat mempermudah Anda dalam menjelajah isi blog jebidal.com ini. selamat berselancar.

Postingan Lainnya yang berhubungan dengan Machine Code

    semoga dengan mengunjungi jebidal.com, anda mendapatkan informasi menarik dan dapat bermanfaat bagi anda, dalam situs jebidal.com menitik beratkan pembahasan yang berkaitan dengan pendidikasn, seperti makalah, materi pelajaran, contoh soal ujian dengan jawabannya, contoh skripsi, contoh tesis, dan info menarik serta unik lainnya. Anda sedang membaca postingan yang berjudul Machine Code
    Admin jebidal.com juga mempermudah pengunjung untuk mendapatkan manfaat dari blog jebidal.com, silahkan jelajahi setiap sudut dari blog ini, semoga menemukan yang Anda cari. Selamat menelusuri blog ini. Anda sedang membaca postingan yang berjudul Machine Code.

    Jika Anda ingin mendapatkan update dari blog jebidal.com, silahkan follow twitter @jebidal, ini link langsungnya @jebidal
    Jika Anda lebih suka mainan facebook jangan ragu untuk like fan page jebidal.com ini link langsungnya Jebidal.com on Facebook
    dan jika Anda lebih betah menggunakan akun Gplus Anda, jebidal.com juga punya silahkan follow saja, ini link langsungnya jebidal.com on Gplus

    Mari Kita simak lebih detailnya tentang Machine Code

    Machine Code

    Source Code 

    Machine Code

    There is only one language that the computer hardware understands, machine language. The machine language is made up of machine code. The machine code is multibit binary codes that tell the computer the specific tasks it is to perform. Machine code is the lowest level of all computer languages. In general, it is very difficult for humans to communicate with computers solely using machine language. The groups of 1’s and 0’s tend to look alike, and the probability of error is very high. Other computer languages have been developed to aid humans when they program computers.

    NOTE: Machine code is commonly referred to as object code, and a machinecode program is referred to as an object code program. Because the term“machine code” implies low-level codes that the machine uses, it will be used exclusively in this text. To avoid confusion, the term “object code” will not be used in this text.

    The machine code consists of operational codes (opcodes), operands (data) and addresses of the operands. The assemblers and compilers produce the machine code from the lines of code written in the programming language.

    An opcode is a multibit code that identifies an instruction. Each opcode contains specific information about the instruction to be executed, as well as how to execute it. Many instructions can be implemented in a variety of ways on a computer. Each method requires a unique opcode; thus, a single instruction will be implemented with one or more opcodes.

    An operand is data that is operated upon by the instruction. For example, an addition instruction adds operands, and a load instruction reads an operand from an address in memory and loads it into a processor register. The operand field is a group of up to three bytes following the opcode. The operand field contains bytes necessary to complete the instruction. It can contain 8-bit and 16-bit data, 8-bit addresses and 16-bit addresses. In some cases, the operand field contains nothing at all, because all necessary data is already in the processor registers.

    NOTE: The term “operand” is not consistently used throughout computer literature and is often used to refer to any bytes that occupy the operand field. This text will use the term operand in its literal sense, as the data that is operated upon by the instruction. This usage is consistent with the Motorola HC11 data manuals. Addresses and offsets will not be referred to as operands in the text, although they all occupy bytes in the operand field and are commonly referred  to this way.

    An address is a pointer into memory. Each memory location has a unique address by which it is identified. Most small computers have a byte-oriented memory; therefore, each address points to the location of a byte of data in memory. Addresses can be expressed in an absolute sense. An absolute address is a complete address, or an address that consists of all the address bits. Addresses can also be expressed as an offset. An offset is a value that is added to a base address to reference another memory location. Offsets are commonly used to allow addressing of memory without specific reference to the entire address. Programs that use offsets typically result in less actual machine code because the offsets are smaller than complete addresses. Since these programs occupy fewer bytes of memory, often they will execute faster.

    HC11 Machine Code

    Other articles you might like;

    Postingan Lainnya;


Terimakasih sudah membaca postingan yang berjudul
Semoga isi dari postingan blog ini bisa bermanfaat, sekali lagi admin jebidal.com ucapkan terima kasih atas kunjungan Anda. Jangan sungkan dan jangan ragu untuk membagikan isi dari blog ini. Silahkan Share Postingan yang membahas tentang Machine Code

cari di kotak pencarian ini