Ant-32 Assembly Language Tutorial (for version 3.1.0b)
Ellard, Daniel J.
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CitationEllard, Daniel J. and Penelope A. Ellard. 2002. Ant-32 Assembly Language Tutorial (for version 3.1.0b). Harvard Computer Science Group Technical Report TR-09-02.
AbstractThis document contains a brief tutorial for Ant-32 assembly language programming, the assembly language utilities, and a description of the general Ant-32 instruction set architecture. A complete specification of the Ant-32 architecture, including the exception handling mechanisms, the MMU, and related issues, is given in the The Ant-32 Architecture (version Revision 3.1.0b), which is provided as part of the Ant distribution and is also available from the Ant web site (www.ant.harvard.edu). The Ant-32 architecture is a 32-bit RISC architecture designed specifically for pedagogical purposes. It is intended to be useful to teaching a broad variety of topics, including machine architecture, assembly language programming, compiler code generation, operating systems, and VLSI circuit design and implementation.
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