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It is often advantageous to write objects almost entirely in Propeller Assembly, but at least two lines of Spin code are required to launch the final application.
The Propeller Assembly Instruction Table lists the instruction’s 32-bit opcode, outputs and number of clock cycles. The opcode consists of the instruction bits (iiiiii), the “effect” status for the Z flag, C flag, result and indirect/immediate status (zcri), the conditional execution bits (cccc), and the destination and source bits (ddddddddd and sssssssss).
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microcontrolleruser wrote: »
Thank you Potatohead
Is that email still good in the manual?
This is a very difficult device for me to nail down.
Anyhow. With the new Propeller 2 coming out. Is it worth learning the Propeller 1?
Does it build on the Propeller 1 or like the 1 now it will be a different animal with little crossover?