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A detailed model of computer architecture (CPU, RAM, input/output, buses) showing how an assembly language program is stored in RAM and how the fetch decode execute cycle works to run the program. Includes macros and VBA code written originally by Brian Pizzey.
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4.9

bedrock

a year ago
5

I find it somewhat amusing to find this resource posted here as it was originally written by me in an afternoon while I was taking my PGCE. I could develop it further but it seems that most schools (or is it just mine?) disable macros nowadays, making this simulator problematic to run. Anyway, I've since moved on to real coding in assembly using MPLab X and you can find me on YouTube - "Pizzey technology"

mrlim_smb

2 years ago
5

Amazing work there. Useful simulation to see how the components transport data to and from memory modules.

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