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herrypch



Joined: 05 Jul 2008
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herrypch
Hi,everyone

I am having a hard task. The objective of this task is using the MMU(Memory Management Unit to translates Logical Addresses from the CPU into Physical Addresses. It is stated that intel 8086 be used for the implementation. My knowledge is based on PIC. According to my research, it should be run in MS-DOS and i dun know the assembly language for the DOS. It was a old technique. Got any ideas? Could someone give me the answer in details?
Post 07 Jul 2008, 14:59
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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revolution
Check out the examples in the fasm download zip file. There are working versions of DOS programs that should be able to get you started with how it all works.
Post 07 Jul 2008, 16:49
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DOS386



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herrypch wrote:
I am having a hard task.


Learning ASM Laughing

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The objective of this task is using the MMU(Memory Management Unit to translates Logical Addresses from the CPU into Physical Addresses.


Introduced in 80386 Wink

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It is stated that intel 8086 be used for the implementation. My knowledge is based on PIC. According to my research, it should be run in MS-DOS


What version ? Laughing

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and i dun know the assembly language for the DOS. It was a old technique. Got any ideas? Could someone give me the answer in details?


It still is ... RTFF (subforum top) and my examples Wink

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Title: Hello World program compiles to 100 KB !!!

Status: Closed: NOT a Bug
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