[volt-nuts] Guide to programming the Hitachi 6303?
orin.eman at gmail.com
Mon Apr 23 22:47:30 UTC 2012
Somewhere on my home PC, I already have a spreadsheet of the 6303
instruction set. I don't recall if it was scanned or xls.
On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 1:40 PM, Bob Paddock <bob.paddock at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am massively hampered in this task as I don't have any experience of
> assembly programming 6800 or similar CPUs (or indeed any micro processors).
> Are there any good resources online I can download, or books I can buy to
> that will get me on the road.
> Long version where I answered that question on my blog:
> Short version, get this; "Understanding Small Microcontrollers" by
> James M. Sibigtroth:
> 6805 is close enough to the 6800 that you'll get the concepts.
> I used the EPROM version of the 6303 long ago. It was touchy to the
> reset pin timing.
> If it only has a pull-up and cap on the reset line, make sure that cap
> hasn't go bad.
> Do you truly have the ROM 6303 or do you have a EPROM 6303 (6703?
> Doesn't look right.)?
> Think I do still have a 6303 Op-Code Reference Cheat Sheet here that I
> could scan, if that would help you out? I know I got rid of the data
> books long ago.
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