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Andy Neil
03/29/13 00:44
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Basingstoke
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#189585 - Bible time
Responding to: Erez Hillel's previous message
Erez Hillel said:
i know that i have rom and ram.

The 8051 "core" neither knows nor cares about ROM, RAM, or any other hardware technology. It knows only about its Adress Spaces

You need the so-called "bible" for the 8051:

http://www.8052.com/forum/read/187976

Specifically, "Memory Organisation" is the very first topic in http://www.classic.nxp.com/acrobat_d...UIDE_1.pdf

Also take a look at the Tutorials on this site:

http://www.8052.com/tutorial

And here's some books:

http://www.keil.com/books/8051books.asp

List of 14 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
memory organizion      Erez Hillel      03/28/13 16:11      
   Links and info      Jim Granville      03/28/13 18:18      
   Bible time      Andy Neil      03/29/13 00:44      
      Does the link to "the bible" work nowadays?      Richard Erlacher      03/29/13 10:39      
         Why don't you try them?      Andy Neil      03/29/13 11:13      
            I'm not even sure where they are.       Richard Erlacher      03/30/13 11:25      
               Do pay attention, Richard      Andy Neil      03/31/13 07:22      
                  Of course, and they work fine.      Richard Erlacher      03/31/13 08:30      
                     That's why I gave the links!      Andy Neil      03/31/13 16:16      
                        What we have here is a failure to communicate ...       Richard Erlacher      04/01/13 09:35      
                           Sure But....        Michael Karas      04/02/13 06:39      
                              Yes - that is my point exactly      Andy Neil      04/02/13 07:49      
                                 I didn't consider that, either ... perhaps I should ...       Richard Erlacher      04/02/13 12:09      
                              Well, I didn't consider that ... sorry ...      Richard Erlacher      04/02/13 12:08      

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