F453 : Addressing

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  • Created on: 05-05-16 10:50
Immediate Addressing
Used for constant values, does not contain an address but a operand, Used in assembly language, Uses data in address fields, as a constant
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Direct Addressing
Most common method, uses data in the address field without modification, limits the memory locations that can be addressed
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Indirect Addressing
Uses the address field as a pointer, memory location is in a register, address specifies register,
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Relative Addressing
Allows a real address to be calculated from a base address, by adding the offset to the base
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Indexed Addressing
Uses index register and an absolute address to calculate the actual address
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Most common method, uses data in the address field without modification, limits the memory locations that can be addressed

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Direct Addressing

Card 3

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Uses the address field as a pointer, memory location is in a register, address specifies register,

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Card 4

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Allows a real address to be calculated from a base address, by adding the offset to the base

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Card 5

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Uses index register and an absolute address to calculate the actual address

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