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SECTION - II CALL INSTRUCTIONS IN 8051 MICROCONTROLLER

SECTION - II CALL INSTRUCTIONS IN 8051 MICROCONTROLLER

CALL instruction is another control transfer instruction. CALL instruction is used to call a subroutine. Need to performed the tasks frequently subroutines are used. Using a subroutine make a program more structured and helps in reducing memory space. There are two instructions for CALL in the 8051 programming. LCALL [Long Call] and ACALL [Absolute call].

CHAPTER #2- CALL, LOOP AND JUMP INSTRUCTIONS IN 8051

CHAPTER #2- CALL, LOOP AND JUMP INSTRUCTION IN 8051

In the sequence of instructions to be executed, it is often necessary to transfer program control to a different location. There are many instructions in the 8051 to achieve this goal. This chapter covers the control transfer instructions available in 8051 Assembly Language.

SECTION VII - 8051 STACK AND REGISTER BANKS

SECTION VII - 8051 STACK AND REGISTER BANKS:

The 8051 microcontroller has a total of 128 bytes of RAM. Lets discuss the allocation of these 128 bytes of RAM and examine their usage as register and stack.

RAM [Random Access Memory] space allocation in 8051:

SECTION VI - THE PROGRAM STATUS WORD AND FLAG BITS IN 8051

SECTION VI - THE PROGRAM STATUS WORD AND FLAG BITS IN 8051

The 8051 has a flag register to indicate arithmetic conditions such as the carry bit. The flag register in the 8051 is called the "Program Status Word [PSW]" register.

PSW [Program Status Word] Register:

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