|Description:||Transfer addr .11:addr .9 into PA2 : PA0 , will delay skipping|
|Operation:||page = addr >> 9|
|Details:||SX Users Manual page # 112 # 34|
|Microchip PIC syntax:|
PAGE n - The three literal bits of "n" are loaded into the page-select bits PA2:PA0 in the STATUS register. This normally prepares a GOTO or CALL across a page boundary. PA2 is currently unused since 2K of instruction memory is only four pages.
Skipping a page instruction will also cause the instruction following the page instruction to be skipped. This is designed to handle long calls which must be coded as a page then a call. See Skip for more details.
|file: /Techref/scenix/inst/page.htm, 2KB, , updated: 2007/9/24 13:26, local time: 2022/11/27 05:01,
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