1. Operations are made up of opcodes and operands. The opcode performs an action on an operand.
2. Read the following excerpt and fill in the blanks
3. For example, in the Intel 80186 instruction set the following are __________ mnemonics.
4. AND, OR, XOR, NOT are __________ mnemonics.
5. MOV, POP, IN, OUT are ______mnemonics.
6. One of the skills in writing assembly code is to become familiar with the instruction set of the target CPU.
7. Jump and Miscellaneous mnemonics include :
8. An 'Opcode' is short for
11. The opcode tells the processor the job that needs to be done. A simple operation might be 'add' or 'subtract'. If we use the analogy of a recipe, the opcode ….
12. There are two types of opcode: an opcode that tells the circuitry which operation to carry out and an opcode along …
13. The operand specifies the data that needs to be acted on. The operand can also refer to a place in memory, …….
14. Assembly language is a low-level language which closely reflects how opcodes and operands work. Fill in the blanks in the below sentence
15. Mnemonics are much more difficult for humans to remember and understand than binary machine code instructions.
16. In the following example, what is the opcode?
17. In the following example, what is the memory address?
18. In the following example, what is the data value?
19. A machine instruction is several bytes in main memory that tells the processor to perform one machine operation.
20. Millions of instructions per second can execute per second on a modern processor