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The purpose of this tutorial is to implement branching in a microprogram. Branching is determined by three jump control bits (see Microinstruction Format for a complete description of these bits):

In the example program, you will implement a branch if the value generated by the ALU is less than or equal to zero. It takes advantage of the fact that the default value of the PC (interpreted as a signed integer) is -1. The basic logic is given below. The branch should be successful the first two times but fail the third time.

1. Go to the microprogram editor.

2. Clear the control store.

3. Set the "Next Addr" field to 000000001.

4. Set the JMPN and JMPZ bits to 1 to implement a conditional jump. If the branch succeeds, the instruction at 0x101 will be executed. Otherwise, the instruction at 0x001 will be executed.

5. Set up the ALU and B-bus control bits so that ALU = PC (register 1).

This instruction will be executed if the branch in the previous instruction fails.

6. Write a microinstruction that loads a value of zero into the SP register. The next instruction is at 0x002.

This instruction will increment the value in the PC and, at the same time, perform the second conditional test.

7. Set the "Next Addr" field to 000000011.

8. Set the JMPN and JMPZ bits to 1 to implement a conditional jump. If the branch succeeds, the instruction at 0x103 will be executed. Otherwise, the instruction at 0x003 will be executed.

9. Set up the ALU, B-bus, and C-bus fields so that PC = PC + 1.

This instruction will be executed if the branch in the previous instructions fails.

10. Place the edit cursor anywhere in the instruction at 0x001 (setting SP to 0). Copy that instruction by entering Ctrl-C. (You do not have to perform a selection operation first.)

11.Place the edit cursor anywhere in the instruction at 0x003. Enter Ctrl-V to paste the instruction you just copied.

12. Edit the "Next Addr" field to point to 0x004.

13. Copy the "increment PC and conditional branch" instruction at 0x002 to address 0x004.

14. Modify the "Next Addr" field so that it points to address 0x005. If the jump succeeds, the instruction at address 0x105 will be executed. Otherwise, the instruction at address 0x005 will be executed.


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