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ElecTech 16Feb2011 23:52

Excited
 
I am extremely new to programming and I am really excited about learning this! I really hope that I have come to the right place for assistance. I really have only a basic understanding of programming and really hope to attain great knowlege from your vast expertise. I currently am an electrical engineering student and currently working on how to program 8085 microprossor chips in assembly language. If anybody feels that they can help me increase my knowledge, I will appreciate it very much. Please excuse my ignorance, but I am here to learn from experts.
~Steve

lionaneesh 17Feb2011 01:03

Re: Excited
 
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Originally Posted by ElecTech (Post 79434)
I am extremely new to programming and I am really excited about learning this! I really hope that I have come to the right place for assistance. I really have only a basic understanding of programming and really hope to attain great knowlege from your vast expertise. I currently am an electrical engineering student and currently working on how to program 8085 microprossor chips in assembly language. If anybody feels that they can help me increase my knowledge, I will appreciate it very much. Please excuse my ignorance, but I am here to learn from experts.
~Steve

Hey Steve ... Nice to see you on the forum..
Welcome..
Please post your questions and queries and we'll be there to help yoU!!!!!!

ElecTech 17Feb2011 01:25

Re: Excited
 
Actually, I am currently working on a project that is to utilize an 8052 microprocessor. I am suposed to write a code for an alrm system and I have no idea where to start.

lionaneesh 17Feb2011 07:37

Re: Excited
 
Here are some links have a look :-

http://webphysics.davidson.edu/facul...py310/8085.pdf
http://krchowdhary.com/intel-8085.pdf
http://www.8085projects.info/post/80...mbler-IDE.aspx


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